Sena grew up in Brooklyn, the daughter of a Palestinian shopkeeper. She is a successful anthropologist, has two cars, trains aerobics, attends parties on yachts, in embassies and at swimming pools. One day she receives a message from the West Bank: her long-lost father is dying. She suddenly decides to pack her bags and drive back to her country, which she doesn’t know and which she doesn’t know whether it is her home. Reality comes crashing down on them. The country is in turmoil, the people are upset. Her extensive clan marvels at the stranger who has arrived and fears for her rich father’s inheritance.