Fifty years after emigrating to Belgium, seven North African Muslim women are finally starting to taste freedom. After decades raising their families behind closed doors in Brussels, this heart-warming portrait captures the women as they venture out and begin to discover the world around them. In the 1960s, thousands of North African families came to work in Belgium with hopes of a better life. The men found work while the women were in charge of the housekeeping and looking after the children. Now these women have decided they want something more and slowly but surely begin to discover a life of freedom they have never experienced before. The enthusiasm and joy with which the women search for their own identity and freedom is heartwarming and contagious.