Hailing from disparate social and economic backgrounds, Karl and Albert bond over their desire to escape their small town existence and their country and move to Barcelona, in search of a happier life. With their mutual sense of humor and provocative ideas, they decide to document their youthful adventures, private conversations and sentiments with the dream of one day being able to share their passions publicly and possibly be the voice of their generation.
Upon settling in the new city and realizing that life is not as easy as they had presupposed, their resistance to normalcy finds them at odds with each other and taking divergent paths. Unbeknownst to Karl, Albert starts experiencing personal troubles, but pride and fear of revealing his secrets to his closest friend drive him to the edge. What was originally meant to be a harmless idea becomes an instrument for self-destruction as Albert documents his own tragic exposé.