An airport like any other, the check-in area.
Alex is a passenger waiting his turn, but when he shows his travel documents his flight is already full. Overbooking is a technical term to define the following type of situation: a number of reservations have been made that exceed the actual capacity of the aircraft, a procedure that a few airlines have adopted in certain situations.
But this time something is different and beyond the norm. Not even the involvement of the airport manager can resolve the problem; in fact he complicates it. That which seems to be the normal prelude to a trip is instead a story with a detached subplot regarding one of the most controversial topics of our time. This story represents a journey that teeters on a fine balance between sacred and profane, reality and possibility, and comedy and drama.