The Syrian war continues to leave entire generations without education, health care or a state. Lost in Lebanon closely follows four Syrians as they rebuild their lives in Lebanon. The resilience of their community is clear as they work to collaborate, share resources, and advocate for themselves. With the conflict pushing across borders, lives become increasingly desperate due to new visa laws, leaving families at risk of arrest, detention, and deportation. The film encourages us to look beyond statistics of displaced refugees, and focus on the individuals themselves.