Nomi Amrani writes the lyrics for popular love songs in the Yemenite language for a pop singer who performs at weddings and clubs. While her husband lingers in the background, she talks openly about having been married at the age of 9, while she was still at school and still playing jump-rope. She says she never experienced love and she writes her songs out of disappointment rather than experience.
Bracha Seri is a poet and writer who talks about the loss of her academic and intellectual dreams when she had her two children. She writes about rape, rebellion, fantasy and sexuality. Together with her daughter, Nitzi (with whom she has a stormy yet loving relationship), she performs a public reading of an alternative Purim shpiel (play) that she has written. The title of her shpiel is Queen Khantarisha – The Ridiculous Queen.The film was screened in the category "In the Spirit of Freedom" at the Jerusalem International Film Festival (July 2009) and won an award in the documentary competition at the International Women's Film Festival held in Rehovot, Israel (September 2009).