A married couple who have recently turned fifty find themselves at a turning point. “When exactly does everything not only aesthetical, but also loving, connective and emotional, start going down the drain?” wonders Ajda, at the same time cursing her menopausic fevers and the build-ups of fat on her body. She suggests to her husband Maks a temporary break in their relationship, which is as worn out and scratched as old parquet.
Thus, the future grandmother and grandfather start new lives. Each in their own part of town and their own flat. Each on their own. Of course, the ills of ageing do not disappear, but continue to pile up. What can single life offer them? Are they ready for radical change or will the predictable security of routine ultimately prevail?