The main feat of this (fly on a wall) documentary is the fact that the director managed to blend in a society that is impenetrable.
There is no clear storyline, only a pool of characters interacting and reacting to daily happenings that are so real and raw that, after a little while, you start feeling the streets, smelling the aromas and living the warmth of those characters.
Saleh was able to bring out a story out of footage that was, seemingly, shot randomly. She brought out vivid characters, focusing on their tribulations and challenges; she made poverty seem like a character, a vicious character, but yet not a criminal.
The characters are poor but sufficient, poor but accepting, poor but happy.
This movie should be studied and analyzed to understand the humanity of this slice of society.