Workers, who did not get their wages for six years, are lying on the access road to their factory. Dile's son Gruja who has for years been a jobless filmmaker has to film weddings and funerals for a living. He is trying to save enough money so that he could propose to Bela, his girlfriend. Bela is an unemployed opera singer. She earns her living by being paid to sing opera arias upon invitation.
Dile, an unemployed factory worker, comes up with an idea to organize a "game" in which he, Gruja and Bela are supposed to rob the rich kids of their gold and diamonds.
At the end of the film, Dile sings a "revolutionary" rap song. One of the banners closes this scene and the film.
IN THIS LIFE WE WERE HAPPY, IN SOME OTHER WE WILL BE RICH!
DVD extras: documentary (32. min), "Worker's Rap" video, trailer, photo-gallery