At first impression, Hanin appears to be a good daughter, helping out at her mother’s butcher stall in the market.
But there’s an underlying tension between them. Hanin’s mother isn’t particularly affectionate towards her.
When a customer walks in, Hanin notices the stark difference between their relationships.
Out of unease, she commits an act so disturbing and mind-boggling that it threatens to destroy her mother’s trust.
Her mother responds, by reaching out.