The Enache family lives in the wilderness on the fringes of Bucharest. A piece of nature with lakes, hundreds of species of animals and rare plants. But when the authorities with great fanfare and during a visit of Prince Charles decide to make the area a protected nature reserve, the Enache family is thrown out and rehoused in the city – a reality they do not know at all. In the name of gentrification, the children are meant to go to school instead of swimming in the lake, and their fishing rods are replaced with mobile phones. Some of them are yearning for the lost paradise, while others are attracted to the many opportunities of the new world. A touching and lively Sundance hit.