Supported by
UNIQA · Raiffeisen Salzburg · Solway Investment Group

Sabah is from a Sioux tribe and well versed in native American customs. In real life, however, she belongs to an Algerian family in a suburb of Paris. There she meets Romain, who likes to charge through the local area on his horse. The two become inseparable friends when they see a white buffalo. Romain’s French parents don’t like Algerians and their fathers come to blows – meaning that the children are no longer allowed to see each other…

for children from 10 years