Rush Hour narrates the parallel stories of three middle aged characters in these very complex cities: Mexico City, Istanbul and Los Angeles. They all share the fact of spending almost half of their life in public transportation or a car to go to work and back home. This situation complicates their personal life in several ways and makes them feel they’re loosing something essential that is not coming back. The film is told in different chapters as their conflicts evolve and they end up having some sort of epiphany as a resolution. It is time to confront their decisions so they can have a more fulfilling life. Is that possible?