Ádám (Benett Vilmányi), a 21-year-old shepherd, is a lonely country boy who is ashamed of his stutter. He lives in a tense, yet intimate coldness with his once violent father (Szabolcs Thuróczy), who has now found refuge in religion and has become tame. Ádám cannot find his place until he realises that rap music - under the stage name Larry - can help him express himself and face his frustrations of helplessness. His explicit, rage-fuelled lyrics get the attention of local youth, and he gains an unexpected level of popularity online. A national talent contest could be his breakthrough, but first he must take control of his own life.