This film unveils the lives of two women, Minna and Fariba, in a city in Iran. They both make a living from finding male customers on the streets. The film explores their everyday life and the way prostitution functions in a country where it is banned and where adultery is persecuted, sometimes resulting in capital punishment. Many of the women's punters find a way to buy sex and still comply in Muslim law: they marry with the women in what is called 'Sighe', a temporary marriage legal in Shia Islam. 'Sighe' can last from two hours up to 99 years. The film follows the women for more than a year. Altogether a sympatic and naked portrait of two women’s tabulated life in a closed and paradoxical society.