The Russian-speaking political refugee MUHA has lived in isolation in a large German city for years. His everyday life is lonely and routine:
pull-ups, pills, milk rolls.
The only contact he maintains is with the Russian-German kiosk owner ANTONIA. This is where Muha comes every week to play the lottery with his son’s date of birth. His desperate wish is to bring him to Germany with a lottery win. When the long awaited prize finally comes true, Muha’s mental and physical powers are at an end and he collapses. He realizes that he has repressed for years that his son is no longer alive.
No money in the world will bring his son back. Muha wants to forget all this and not have to carry the heavy burden of guilt on his shoulders. He collapses on the street in front of the kiosk.