Cem, Mehmet and Dilan gambled with destiny in Germany, but their Turkish roots soon cought up with them.
Cem, Mehmet and Dilan are brought to Germany from Turkish Kurdistan fifteen years ago. Cem, the eldest, works in a sausage factory and according to his parents has long been the right age to marry.
He has been promised since childhood to a cousin who still lives in Kurdistan. But he falls in love with Kim, a German prostitute.
Mehmet sees his chance with his friend Arif to land "the big coup" in dealing with drugs. At the same time, their parents' native village in Kurdistan is destroyed: a reason for them to begin preparations for Cem's wedding and to bring the cousin to Germany.
The story winds across emotional beat that children of traditional homes take when they are brought up in Western cultures.