A teen criminal group in prison, decide to take a theater on stage with the guidance of theater coaches and spend a day out of the prison by taking the show on stage somewhere else.
In Iran’s documentary cinema, there are rare examples of theatrical works. With a practical approach, Farzad Khoshdast addressed the psychodrama involved resulted from combination of art and psychology, hence, refining the personality and restoring the self-esteem of the perpetrators of the rehabilitation center should be pursued. A director, who through meetings in rehabilitation center, ask felons to by attending his training sessions voluntarily help him to create a successful dramatic play of their lives and positions. From the very beginning, the narrative of the film is based on two streams: first, the progress of the workshop and second, familiarization of volunteers with the reasons that led to their arrest and condemnation. By simultaneous move of these two, finally after several ups and downs- which unfortunately there is no pause on them and the camera pass through them briefly- the play runs successfully and become an icon at the 36th Fajr international theater festival. This brilliant performance has opened a way to the perpetrators and especially when the international jurors of the festival invite the group to play in the cities of Hamburg and Hanover, Germany, has succeeded in changing their point of view and dreams. In the end of the movie, Khoshdast, introduce us the positive achievements of this experience. Restoring the self-esteem of these juvenile offenders, although temporary, were efficacious. At the end, we realize that among those volunteers, some are still in prison and some try to pursue their dreams by continuing their education in performing arts major.