Dreamy millennial Dovile, who has just returned from a vacation in Paris, is caught off guard by an unexpected phone call: her father has passed away. Suddenly, she is forced to plunge into a funeral routine so uncomfortable and so important at the same time. Ordering wreaths, paying for a coffin, looking for a place to hold a memorial service: all this makes the young girl think about her own past, post-Soviet habits and traditions, fear of growing old and increasingly resembling her parents. Director and namesake of the main character Dovile Šarutyte tells the story of a family tragedy in the genre of "dark comedy with a stone face". During the funeral arrangements Dovile and her anxious mother will find themselves in a flow of absurdist life situations alternating with flashback memories in the form of 90's VHS tapes.