Every day at lunchtime, Monique emerges from the brothel she runs with her mother on the border between West Flanders and France so she can have a sandwich with her daughter, Sylvie. Sylvie is young and Monique doesn’t want the child to see what goes on inside. After lunch Sylvie is picked up by Uncle Dirk, who everyone thinks is just a friendly bus driver, but in fact he's Sylvie’s father. One day something terrible happens, drastically changing the lives of Dirk and the three generations of women. The façade Monique maintained so meticulously collapses under the weight of mutual distrust and sorrow. Yet the members of this unusual family turn out to be more flexible than they thought.
In his second full-length film after Offline, Peter Monsaert again reveals his fascination with dysfunctional families in a Flanders most people never get to see.