Maria is a disgruntled sociology student and part time cleaner, who dreams of the fame and media attention she will get after presenting her ground-breaking expose on the oppression of cleaning staff. Alma is fifteen and completely obsessed with sex. She can’t stop thinking about it, day or night. Maria’s mother, wife of the local shopkeeper and mother to eight daughters feels unnoticed and unappreciated by her husband and children, and dreams of getting a job and making a difference. Maybe she should go to Oslo and protest against the possible shut down of the local turnip factory?