Depuis que son mari est emprisonné, Hala, jeune maman, se retrouve seule face à ses pensées suicidaires. Elle ne peut compter que sur elle-même pour se relever, coûte que coûte, dans une société qui n’excuse pas une femme dépressive.
Since her husband went to jail, Hala has to face her suicidal thoughts alone. Her strength has to come from within as society does not help nor forgive a depressed woman, especially if she is a mother.
Hala has been living with the fear of abandonment since her father passed away when she was 18. She has clinical depression and tries to commit suicide several times, but she never goes all the way; she always leaves a little room for someone to rescue her. Now her loving husband, who would always come to the rescue, is facing trial for a simple mistake at work and she's left alone with her suicidal thoughts and a six-month-old daughter. She must find a way to change in order to carry out her duties as a mother and as a good wife to her jailed husband. Hala's main problem lies in facing herself, her fears and depression, and being there for her husband and her daughter.