“Blind, deaf and dumb”, this is how Sarah describes the condition of Afghani women. Like most women from her village, Sarah suffers from tuberculosis. Step by step, we follow the trip of these women, sharing their joys and fears, from the mountain of the Ghorr province to the valley. To them, going to hospital means to leave their village for first time ever in their life after deciding not to follow the traditional remedies of their healer and venturing into the modern world, where medication and injections claim to be more miraculous than God’s will. To them this trip will become a unique opportunity for new and fundamental experiences: for the first time they will be free to talk together, compare their situations and become aware of their potential rights. At the end of her stay in hospital, after having been cured, Sarah swears to God that if he lets her survive, she will do anything to send her daughter to school.