The film features a wealthy businessman who owns several factories and lives alone in a large palace that lacks vitality and happiness due to the death of his only son. Then, he gets to know the street vendor, and the businessman promptly asks him about the meaning of happiness. The street vendor then introduces him to his widowed fiancée, who sells roses at traffic lights, along with her son. The businessman offers them a draft agreement stipulating that they accompany "Thabet" to please him in exchange for a hundred thousand pounds and an apartment. In their attempt to search for happiness, they plan a bank robbery, and they travel to Hurghada, and the businessman decides to live there because he thought that he found happiness already, and the businessman marries the fiancée of the street vendor. The Vendor goes mad and shoots the businessman at the wedding.