At the edge of Budapest, in the suburban woods hides a hut surrounded by ruins and debris. If we open the wonky door, inside we find two social outcasts who have formed the unlikeliest of bonds in this messy, but magical environment. The young one is FANNI (19), who was thrown out to the streets by her family, as they could not accept her blooming trans identity. She was totally lost until she met LACI (60), the solitary homeless man, who accepts Fanni as she is. They have lived under the same roof for four years in a kind of father-daughter relationship. Fanni – being the target of robust government propaganda and the rejection of Hungarian society – is afraid to step out from this hidden garden. This is the only place on Earth where she can feel home and safe. They have a lot of conflicts, but Laci – like a good parent – is always there to help, even if he has no experience whatsoever with either gender ambiguity or a teenager at all.
No matter how special their circumstances and how unique their personalities are, their motivations are pure human. Forming a family, finding our identity and place in a society are basic drives for all of us. In this unconventional coming of age story all these issues appear in very delicate, however grotesque ways, filled with hope, humor and emotions.