After wandering in Europe, Daniel returns home, in a small remote village somewhere in Israel. He returns to find Lila, the woman of his life. Lila has been bedridden in a hospital for over three years without any contact with the outside world. Daniel will do the unimaginable out of his love for her.
A young writer (Bernard Le Coq) has just written a novel whose manuscript has been accepted by a publisher. A rather simple and familiar story about the appalling power of the state over the life of the individual.
Perla (Anat Zahor) a former call girl and her boyfriend Gaby (Alon Aboutboul) who has just been released from prison for a crime he did not commit, want to start a new life. They undertake to renovate a dilapidated cafe by the sea to earn a living and make it their love nest. But their past catches up with them, he finds himself hunted by a shark in his social circle, and her life is threatened by her ex-pimp who tries by all means to get her back.
Ronit (Anat Atzmon), a divorcee with a child, witnesses the rape of her neighbor. This is the only testimony the police have to send the rapist to court. Gaby (Uri Gavriel) the rapist's brother, a normal man, well in all respects, comes to pressure her to give up her testimony. Faced by her refusal, he gradually destroys her life and those around her until he wants to touch her child. Ronit is faced with a dilemma: maintain her testimony or save her child.