How I sought happiness in the Global Age
In front of the house of the well-known politician Henriette Draaier, her son Bas-Jan and her seventeen years younger friend Raymond F., two frightened people stand on the sidewalk one evening. A man and a woman who introduce themselves as "old friends".
The couple urgently asks Henriëtte for help. Although she knows these suburban people only vaguely, she still lets them into her beautifully decorated home. Cup of tea, warm up on the couch. Problem: The two guests then refuse to leave. They stay where they are. Dick and Sharon come to get a story. They come to claim their rights. A bitter struggle takes place between the elite family and the popular couple. An exciting game of chess in which no one is sure of his position. A fight to the death, where no means are shunned.