An exemplary family contest is run at a Union of Young Polish Socialists camp for young couples, but the campers and the camp manager are unaware that the participation of two of the couples is a set-up. Łoziński mixes documentary and fiction blurring the line between the two. The two pairs of actors act as catalysts and provoke situations that reveals more clearly the mechanisms of power. The result is a witty satire, a colourful black comedy, which was banned for four years.