It tells the story of a man in his 40s who lives with his mother and works as ground staff at a nearby airport. He is involved in recreating battlefields on tabletop in his spare time including listening to radio and enjoying meals. On his 42nd birthday Fúsi gets a break from his daily routines when he is enrolled in a dance class. He falls in love, he responds to bullies, but his depressive girlfriend leaves him. He helps his ex-girlfriend to find happines by rebuilding a dump into a flower boutique shop. Fúsi at the edge of falling back to his routines decides to make changes for himself and takes a trip to Egypt.
The film received 3 awards in Tribeca Film Festival (New York, 2015) – for best narrative feature, for best screenplay and for best actor (Gunnar Jónsson ). It won also Nordic Council’s Film Prize (2015) and Silver Pyramid for best director in Cairo International Film Festival (2015).