Based on the Ayyat train accident that killed 361 people in 2002, this ensemble drama delves into the intense human stories of the passengers in a third-class coach car during the hour and a half before the crash.
A group of neighbors experience a series of unfortunate events caused by their children, to find themselves in a malaise of complications, but they discover that they have to cooperate in order to get out of trouble.
Ahmed (Ahmed Ramzy) is a hard-working young man in love with Samira (Nadia Lotfy), a girl from a wealthy family. Both want to get married, but Samira's aunt rejects, given Ahmed's social status. Meanwhile, a belly dancer in love with Ahmed is trying to keep them apart.