On the last day of Ramadan, a hastily assembled crew of technicians waits in a shabby Morocco television studio for the arrival of an important personality, expecting to film what their director Rita (Latefa Ahrrare) promises will be the interview of their lifetime.
Hours pass, idleness turns to frustration, and they begin to bicker. When the identity of the “Godot” they’ve been anticipating is finally revealed, their quarreling goes over the top — it’s Driss Basri (Jirari Ben Aissa), who was the dreaded Interior Minister during the previous monarch’s reign of terror.
Basri has decided to come out of isolation and disclose the monarchy’s dark secrets exclusively to Rita, a once-groundbreaking journalist who is desperate to make her comeback. Now she finds her big break suddenly compromised — her guest is confessing his horrific deeds, but the crew has become so fractious it’s doubtful they’ll manage to get this show in the can.