Staffan Hildebrand's youth film from 1983 takes place in the beginning of summer for a few days in the life of three 16-year-old boys. Robban has jumped off prematurely to work, but is unemployed and has gone astray in life. His mother knows nothing about his drug problem, but they have constant rage about Robban's late night habits. And one night, the police catches Robban. His friends Kim and Alexander have just finished school. Kim is in love with Mia, but he has not dared to sleep with her. Alexander is a singer in a basement band. A manager succeeds in persuading him to abandon his friends and start singing with Nürnberg 47, a band of decadent Newfascist style.