Farhije has no news of her husband, who disappeared like so many others during the Kosovo war. In order to feed her family, she decides to get her driver's license and start an agricultural cooperative with other women who are in the same situation as she is, to produce and sell ajvar. But her ambition and desire for autonomy shock the villagers, some of whom even sabotage her work.
In a desperate attempt to cure his midlife crisis, Martin has fled his family to live high up in the Norwegian mountains. Hunting and gathering like his ancestors did thousands of years ago before supermarkets and smartphones ruined everything. But Martins self-actualization project is turned upside down when he meets Musa. A drug runner, lost deep in the woods, injured and bleeding after a car accident. The odd couple must join forces, as they are chased through the wilderness by the local chief of police, Musa’s rivals and Martin’s unknowing wife.
The young ruler Victoria is under pressure from her surroundings to choose a man at her side. The attempts to manipulate the princess lead to scandal at the English royal court. During this time Prince Albert of Saxe-Coburg comes to London. In order to strengthen the influence of his family on the English royal house, he is to win the heart of the young queen.