The arrival of a young stranger bursts the domestic bubble of the seemingly perfect family and the outside world starts to seep in, revealing the comical oddness of the family members and their dysfunctional relationships.
Teenage girl Agata lives with her mother Olivia and father Aleksander in a luxurious house at the edge of a forest, reminiscent of dwelling in a kind of glass terrarium in the middle of a beautiful rustic landscape – safely separated from the reality that surrounds them. While Olivia is overly protective of her daughter and barely lets her venture outside, Aleksander decides to take the family into space. When he comes across an ad for a commercial trip to Earth orbit, he’s sure his perfect family ticks all the required boxes to be selected for the trip, except for one: the competition is open to families of four only.
That’s when a young man, Julian, enters the family household. Before they know it, their daily routine is disrupted and chaos begins to set in. The rules are broken, strangers enter the house, and slowly but surely the Kralj family members are pushed out of a little bubble they had created for themselves. In contrast to Aleksander and Olivia’s discomfort, Agata quickly embraces her newfound freedom. With Julian’s presence, the mechanical and empty relationships of the dysfunctional family are exposed and inevitably begin to change.