Summer 2011. Daphni Leef, a young video editor, pitches a tent in Tel Aviv’s famous Rothschild Boulevard as a protest against the exorbitant cost of living in the city. Within days, thousands of people across the country follow suit, and create a national movement spearheaded by the charismatic and articulate Leef. Six years later, Leef revisits the events of that summer, which, though they did not bring about a significant change in policy, had a momentous impact on public awareness in Israel, and on her private life. As Israel finds itself once again in turmoil, Before My Feet Touch the Ground is a reminder of the power of hope and solidarity.