65-year-old Mona is frustrated by her miserable taxi-driver husband Abu Rami and she suspects he is cheating on her. As they drive across Lebanon to visit their son, the old car breaks down and the old couple is stranded. Tensions rise and Mona confronts Abu Rami with her suspicions. Overcome by guilt he confesses to living a double life she doesnt expect. Devastated, Mona leaves him, but not before shattering his world with a secret of her own.
Sabah Haider is a filmmaker and a journalist based between Paris and Beirut. She has made four short films including Abu Rami (Lebanon, 2012). Haider is also in development for her first feature film Beirut Solo, which was awarded the DIFF Film Clinic Debut Feature award at the 2012 Dubai International Film Festival. Currently, Sabah is a candidate for a PhD in Social Anthropology and Ethnology at the EHESS in Paris, France.