Mona has everything at first sight.
She is a successful lawyer and lives with her husband Peter and their children Elise (17) and Flynn (6) in a nice house in a beautiful area. Even if the contact to her mother Hilde is difficult and that to her younger sister Magda, who tries herself extremely unsuccessfully as an actress (if anyone is funny, it's film people), anyway, and then there is the Polish helper Minka, who is depressive and either cleans windows or throws herself out of them, and there is no time for children, because Mona's work mountain is as long as this sentence. But otherwise, her life really couldn't be more beautiful! It's common knowledge that beauty is the measure of happiness.
Every Sunday the whole family meets to bake cakes at Mona's - this is done at Hilde's request, otherwise they would not see each other at all. On a beautiful "cake Sunday" Hilde explains to the family that she would like to go to Switzerland, to a hospice. To die. The beginning of a family road trip to Switzerland, with all the ups and downs that family brings. In between there are quarrels, accidents, a pet dies, one is stolen, Minka has secretly infiltrated, secrets are revealed, relationships break apart and reassemble. There is laughter, there is crying; there is crying while laughing. In the end, there is death, but even that comes quite differently than expected. As the saying goes, "We humans make plans - and God laughs."