In the wake of 9/11 and after losing her mother, Amina, a Muslim teenager struggles with the gaze of Islamaphobia; from surveillance to the 24-hour news cycle. Until she discovers and begins sampling her mother’s record collection. The songs reflect her parent’s migration stories to America, and serve as a roadmap to Amina’s identity. Music unlocks memories and Amina remembers who she is. Through the intersection of music and memory, this hybrid film blurs the lines between surveillance and archival repair. It is indiscernible to know “who is watching who,” but in a world that is watching, Amina chooses how she sees herself.