Three women with very different backgrounds set out to visit their imprisoned husbands. The jailbound bus breaks down after being hit by a strange bullet. With its journey framework and setting in the Lebanese desert (during Independence Day) no less, this could be another jerry-rigged issues lecture like Babel. What redeems Dima El-Horr’s debut feature is the sudden expressionistic turn it appears to take. El-Horr co-wrote the script with Rabih Mroue, an actor who has appeared in films like Ramad and Autour de la maison rose. With Manal Khader, Hiam Abbass, Raïa Haïdar.