"Sergeant, please, just let me say two words to him"
"But Sergeant, he got transferred!"
"A Conversation from the Third Floor" starts with a woman and a policeman both standing beside a yellow-coloured wall. It was the second time that the women visited the place, but time she was here for a purpose. Both the Policeman and the women were staring at each other, but both didn't tend to communicate.
The women steps forward and asks the policeman if should could have his authorization to speak to a person. The sergeant just kept his eyes shut and ignores her.
"Aziza! Aziza! It's Ashour!"
Besides them was a three-story floor prison with barbed wire fencing around it, and guarding the building was a soldier. Once again the women stepped forward to the sergeant and telling him that "he was transferred".
"I said five packets! Didn't I told to bring five?
The women than walks towards the prison where she finds a pile of rocks to sit on. The women was able to see through the bars the prisoners, and she recognized that the prisoners were washing. She than placed the child in her lap and started to whisper to herself.
"They must be wet."
While the soldier was relaxing, the women suddenly hears a scream coming out the window of the building. She than understands that it was a prisoner that was trying to get her attention with his hands waving high. We than get introduced to the women's name Aziza and prisoner's name Ashour.
Ashour starts speaking about packets in which Aziza had to send. Ashour asks Aziza if she sent the packets, and Aziza replies that she had sent five as he told her. Ashour finds out that their is a problem as somehow the packets ended up with only three instead of five.
"Yes I did, just like you told me.
"Well I only received three of them! Something is wrong!"