A journey through the occupied territories in the West Bank. At the entrance of Bet Omar, rubble is poured on the left and right, and the middle of the road is blocked by a large stone. Two Palestinian residents want to leave the city. In vain, they try to push the stone away with the help of an iron chain and their car until someone brings an excavator to help. Israeli soldiers, “uninvolved”, supervise this process, which is repeated every hour. A humiliating ritual, because the residents themselves have to return the stone to the old place again and again.