Jasmin (Jasmin Geljo) fled in the 1990s from Bosnia to Toronto, Canada. He is enthusiastic about his past as a celebrated television actor in Sarajevo. Alongside his work on building sites, he gets an acting job in a low-budget film. With his fictional family, he takes his place in a car on the set. After the shooting has started, the projected roads, which seem endless, move on to shots of Jasmin alone, sitting thoughtfully at the wheel outside the studio. His icy gaze speaks volumes. Jasmin has never really felt at home in Canada. He is fooling himself. The long takes in the car are juxtaposed with scenes in which triviality predominates, with conversations about chocolate bananas and about the mediocre script of the next film in which he has got himself a role. In a tragicomic way, these conversations reveal just how uprooted Jasmin is; just like the actor Geljo, on whose life the film is partly based.