In the territory of Western Sahara, the end of European rule gave way to occupation by Morocco. The world continues to look the other way as the Sahrawi people face arrests, torture, and disappearances for demanding their independence four decades later. Life Is Waiting, by director Iara Lee, chronicles this struggle. What will it take for the people of Western Sahara to reverse decades of broken promises and gain their freedom? What lessons does Sahrawi resistance offer for non-violent movements around the world?