Marisa, a young German of 20 years, hates foreigners, in Hebrew, policemen, all those whom he blames for the decline of her country. It causes scandals, drinking, fights, and the next tattoo, and it will be with Adolf Hitler.
The only place they can call home’s gang of neo-Nazis where they hate, violence and orgies are commonplace. When Svenja, 14, joins the group, Marisa gets her model: a pure example of fighting for the values of the group. But higher values will change gradually when meets a young Afghan refugee. He will learn that not everything is black or white, according to group values them.
Marisa will be able to overcome them?