Between his busy class schedule and his regular job waiting tables, Andy is working graveyard shift in a print shop and still having troubles covering tuition. Already sleep deprived, and afraid that the new busgirl is going to steal his job, he’s not thrilled to be training her. But when he discovers that she’s at least as smart as she is attractive, and only there to learn English, he finds himself falling for her. Trapped in the print shop all night, he sits down to write her a letter, only to realize that he is not alone. As the night drags on and the page count grows, Miel becomes a forced meditation on what happens when a C student seizes control of the factors of production.