In the 1990s, as on almost every Sunday, a modest family of Pakistani immigrants, picnics in a no through road next to the motorway. From this privileged viewpoint, they watch aeroplanes landing at Dorval airport. This is their Sunday outing. Today is special, as they are expecting to see Concorde. But their eldest son, 17 year-old Akram, in the throes of adolescence, finds the time too long and prefers hanging out with his friends in the city. At the end of this decisive day, he decides to spread his wings, creating uproar within the family.