Afshin a 12-year old boy and his younger brother Benjamin live with their family at the hillside of the Chil Dokhtaran mountains, close to the first stop the city bus. Grown up next to the city full of bombs and sirens, violence has become a part of their innocence, and the graveyard their playground. When the father leaves for another country, an end comes to the childhood of Afshin.
Abbas is a bus driver with a double personality, a loving father and a ruthless driver who blows all the time. The lengthy process of his multiple tempts to fix his broken bus reveals his way of living between truth and lies.
Their stories will intermingle with the city scenes, passengers etc on the bus ride, to complete the symphonic portrait of the city. Without showing shocking scenes, the film portraits the soul of Kabul that is in agony.