In August 1983, architect Dinu Neagu together with his wife and two children, a boy and a girl, are on a beach of nudists near an industrial area.
Two security guards descend from a car and take him to Bucharest for a statement about which they do not give much details about.
The film continues in the militia's arrest, where architect Neagu is locked in the same room as Vali, a common law convict, used as a torturer by security in exchange for favours.
Things are getting more and more absurd from one day to the next.
The 80s communism in Romania owes its existence to scumbags, but to cowards as well.
The film is made out of the feeling of guilt I have regarding that time, about not doing anything.
Imagine being young, listening to punk music, and obeying everything at the same time — it’s not easy to live with.
This is why, in order to get rid of part of that feeling of guilt, I made this film.