Three liberated, subversive Palestinian students in Tel Aviv try to score some weed and get high but instead get caught up in a drug deal with a Palestinian crime family. In trouble with local criminals, the police, and their own families, they need to unload the drugs fast, and so they decide to stage an anti-war protest in the form of a large music festival, bringing Jews and Palestinians together. Along the way, they create a historic moment in the Palestinian and Jewish underground scene.
It’s the winter of 2008, and the marijuana 'dry spell' is at its peak. Kayes, Warda, and Salah are looking for weed, and find a suitcase full of drugs.
Kayes, Warda, and Salah are kidnapped by drug dealers, and Warda’s father comes to town and is exposed to the trouble his daughter has gotten herself into.
A plan comes together for a series of parties for Palestinian students. Warda’s father gets involved in the black market. Sharif is on the hunt for Salah.
The trio is forced to flee to Haifa, where they tried to sell off the drugs on the local market. An idea starts coming together to throw a giant rave.
Kayes plans a huge rave, and sets off to meet with Oshri, a trance-music legend. Warda convinces her father to invest all of his money in the trance party.
Joe is caught by Abu Al-Amir’s men. Meanwhile, preparations for the rave are underway at full speed, as Abu Al-Amir hunts the trio down.
The rave is publicized in the media, forcing the trio to plan something big. The arrests are delayed, putting Khouloud’s life at risk.