Three unmarried aristocratic Christian sisters from Ramallah are unable to come to terms with the new reality of occupation and the mass migration of Palestine's aristocracy. In order to survive, they lock themselves away in their villa, clinging desperately to the nostalgia of their former glory. One day, their orphan niece Badia walks into their lives and turns their world upside down. To preserve the family name, the three sisters try to marry her off to an eligible aristocratic Christian man. They hope that by dragging Badia to every funeral, wedding, and church mass, they might find a good husband for her.