Dalibor K. lives in Prostějov, a small town in Moravia, has a job painting gardening machinery, makes amateur horror movies and writes angry songs. He is a radical neo-Nazi, although he has never physically assaulted anyone. Approaching 40, he has never had a real relationship, as he still lives with his mother Věra (63). He hates his job, his boss, the Gypsies, refugees, homosexuals, Angela Merkel, spiders and dentists. He hates his life, but he has no idea how to change it. Presenting a tragicomic insight into the world of “ordinary, decent people” living here and now, in the centre of Europe in 2016, and yet hankering for Adolf Hitler, the film unfolds over a period of one year (spring, summer, autumn, winter).