Easter. A young woman returns to her home village from Sofia. At first she hesitates to draw nearer to her family. Then helps her father carry wood. But he doesn't want to come to the city for a return visit; she lives together with a woman.
Christmas in Vienna. On the eve of their journey home two Romanian guest workers are fighting a seemingly hopeless battle for their outstanding wages. At the same time they are on the run from their landlord, to whom they still owe a month's rent.
Aram is a physically unimposing debt collector. Given it's not an ideal combination, he is accompanied by two mighty strongmen who do the dirty work for him. Also unusual however: Aram is a gifted pantomimist. Absurd comedy meets subtle criticism of the system.
A grotesque comedy about murder, patriarchy and perceived truth. After a body is found in an Albanian village, it is a woman who is the first to be allowed to say something about it on television. Unhappy with such a state of affairs, the men intervene. And completely reinterpret the truth.