In personal accounts and work it shows how the revolution in 2011 has strengthened the women and how from then on, they have changed and developed. Today, their art is more important than just a question of "being beautiful". It is an active and critical voice in a society, where the military and the Muslim Brotherhood fight daily.
The film shows a close relationship with a small part of the Egyptian reality, the women artists. It investigates how those women with power and energy, express themselves through sound, photos or performances. The women start to play the "manly" instruments such as darbukka-drums and the accordion. They make their own bands, arising heavy-metal bands, provoking paintings of women genitalia and the military in pathetic roles. They write classical music that celebrates revolution and create hedging documentaries about the organized sexist violence against women.
The women's processes, impressions and reflections keep the hope and incite the public to take a stand. They are about to conquer the scene. Their drive is the empathy, satire and raging engagement. Woven into the everyday-life episodes in Cairo, where the "ordinary" Egyptian are struggling to be survive. The archive film from the historic events, the documentary becomes a dynamic collage that moves in time and space, with moods of despair, hope and enthusiasm.