Dávid and his father go shopping every single afternoon. Always the same scenario: his father goes back from the door to see if he had left everything in order, same words are exchanged, and every time they end up buying different things from what they had agreed upon. Dávid decides never to go shopping with his father again.
This sensitive story tells the way a relationship is built upon rituals of small, everyday gestures, and how desperately determined we can be to try and change these rituals. Changing them is almost impossible, but there is nothing scarier than to think they might actually happen one day.
University of Theatre and Film, Budapest
Motion Picture Public Foundation of Hungary - production support
National Radio and Television Commission - production support