Set within the maze and haze of Marrakech, and against the backdrop of our current unsettling but fascinating political climate, JUDITH, a persistent hippie, welcomes estranged, uptight financier daughter TINA, and granddaughter JESS to her riad. Judith and Tina burn with resentment and disapproval of one another, but attempt a truce as something more important is at stake. Jess, a smart, privileged millennial, has tried to kill herself, and nobody knows why.
Through bizarre healing sessions with amateur psychologist, MIKE, and through exploration of the city with the young riad manager, BACHIR, and his Moroccan friends - a group of exciting, cool, bohemian fashion designers and story-tellers - the women begin to make accommodation with the past, and reconcile with each other. Proudly female-fuelled and saturated with different cultures and religions, this complex family portrait asks urgent questions about the world we live in now, how we have shaped our past, our present, and will shape our future.