In a village where tradition and modernity, material and spiritual go hand in hand, Ali is the last representative of the tradition in which fish are regarded as highly sacred, and when they die, they are buried with prayers in a special cemetery allocated for them.
Ali and his wife Meryem have only one problem: not being able to have a child. The young couple tries out both traditional and modern methods in their efforts to conceive. Kazım, another villager who has been treasure-hunting during the night, disturbs Ali every now and then due to his interest in Meryem, which dates back to their younger years. Musa, a fresh university graduate, accompanies Kazım in his dream of finding the treasure. While the tension between Meryem and Ali grows, Kazım and Musa ruin the fish cemetery in their search for treasure.