Bella is a single mother and entrepreneur caught in the normal insanity of everyday life – she’s stressed but happy. Then all of a sudden everything starts to go off the rails: The senior flat share of Bella’s father is cleared because thoroughbred musician and professional airhead Friedrich would rather invest in new instruments than pay the rent. When Bella visits the district office to protest, she learns that the whole house is being sold and renovated. The rent doubling that will follow means that not just Bella’s physiotherapy practice threatens to fall victim to gentrification, the entire household is destined to go down with her. Bella wouldn’t be Bella if she wasn’t determined to fight this injustice and the sale of the house with all her might. But as she tries to juggle family, practice, PR campaigns, demonstrations and squatters, Bella has to admit that there are limits to her strength.