Three couples in Vienna make children around the same time. Everybody is 35 years old, they are successful, they are beautiful and live in a familiar area of the city. They are as idealistic as they practice, they grow red on the balcony, they drink roasted coffee and expensive cocktails and never buy an electronic product that does not have Apple’s logo on it. And you are absolutely convinced that you can have children without becoming small bourgeois. But the reality is quite different. Between career and kindergarten, Apple and alternative lifestyles, satire combines different clichés with ruthless views, with the discrepancy between the old image of one’s own person and the new bourgeois figure.