The child-soldiers of Congo have been part of one of the biggest conflicts in recent years. Both victims and persecutors, they fight the war as if they were adults and yet, they are children. In a specialised centre that aims to reintegrate them into civilian life, a Belgian theatre director encourages them to improvise based on their own experiences. From indoctrination to delivery, from rape to the loss of a loved one, nothing is spared. Yet, this time, they use wooden weapons. And the children laugh.