A secular ritual, a prayer for our time, about "we" and those to whom we could not say good bye – those who disappeared at the time of the Turkish military coup in 1980s, then in the 90s, as well as those killed in the Gezi protests, and many others. In biz (we) three dancers pass through series of group scenes in which individual bursts of power keep appearing. They sink deep into their memories and bodies to explore what drives and holds "us" together. Perhaps they are the Father, Son and Holy Spirit, or maybe just three friends going through life together. Cem Yıldız accompanies the dancers with live music and distorted electronic sounds. A journey into the realm of memory and forgetting, of strength and vulnerability, of death and life.