Asli, a young Turkish woman, no longer lives in the village where she grew up. She lives with her girlfriend and has built a life of her own where she doesn’t have to define herself to anyone. She desperately wants to go to Irem’s engagement party, but is scared that her old friends won’t accept her and her sexuality. When the ritual at the henna-party starts, Asli suddenly sees her younger self. This vision reminds her of her youth, when her friend group played together without judgement and enjoyed each other’s company without a care. This memory reassures Asli and makes her realise she is safe and allowed to be who she is. And so, she realises that she harbours the biggest prejudice and once more feels connected with her Turkish background.