Park Bulvar 19:00
Every day Nurlan steers his train along the route that runs through a suburb of Baku, where the tracks are built so close to the houses that the train chugs through the residents' entrances and gardens. It clatters past men drinking tea, and women hanging out the washing. With the approach of the train, Aziz the orphan boy runs blasting a warning on his whistle, and the residents seize their belongings and jump inside their houses. Whatever is not carried to safety, Nurlan plucks from his train at the terminus: chicken feathers, children's balls and bed sheets. On the last day of work, a unique souvenir becomes entangled on Nurlan's train: a lacy, blue bra. Nurlan spontaneously decides to take this precious item to his village. The thought of whom this lovely thing might belong to gives him sleepless nights. Overwhelming loneliness propels Nurlan to set off in search of the bra's owner.