Sherifa, Miriam, Nura, and Hannan: working women and housewives, migrants and original inhabitants of Tunis, university graduates and women who can barely read and write. They live with their relatives and far away from their relatives; they have arranged marriages and meet their potential husbands on the bus; they buy new cars and can barely afford the eighty-millime bus ride to see their sisters on holidays. Each woman is married, a Muslim, a Tunisian, and in her own way unique, an individual with her own life story, her own personal daily challenges and successes.