Moma is a bum suffering from depression. Ema is a bum and a treated alcoholic.

Moma lives in a deserted factory. Ema lives in a manhole. Moma was attracted to Ema on a first sight. Ema was attracted to Moma on a second sight. Long ago, Ema lost her baby and then she started drinking. Or she started drinking and then she lost her baby. That doesn't really matter now. What matters is that Moma helped her get over it. Moma and Ema start living together. They brighten each other's days. They manage somehow to get by in total destitution. They get married. The Bum King, who lives in a dump, performs the ceremony. Moma and Ema go to their honeymoon and find a baby left by a dumpster.

Miroslav Momčilović

Born in Belgrade in 1969. Graduated dramaturgy from the Belgrade Faculty of Drama Arts (FDU). He is the writer and director of the films Seven and a Half (2006), Wait For Me and I Will Not Come (2009) and Death of a Man in Balkans (2012) which had a rich festival life both in Serbia and abroad. As writer he is author of the film When I Grow Up I'll Be a Kangaroo (2004).