Cristi, a young policeman from Bucharest, lives his homosexuality out of the sight of his colleagues. He has a long-term relationship with Hadi, who lives in another town. The same day Hadi comes to visit him, Cristi is called in for an intervention in a cinema, where a fascist group has sabotaged the screening of a queer film. When one of the cinephiles recognizes Cristi, the tension takes on explosive proportions. Using a camera that is generous in long takes, this debut feature by Eugen Jebeleanu embodies a divided and distressing contemporary Romania.