Motti (Tomer Kapon) is a 28-year-old private tutor for struggling high-school students. Each student he visits has a life that’s complicated and broken in its own unique way – they are teenagers who have trouble keeping up with their schoolwork and who call for guidance, a sympathetic ear, and help in both studies and life. As Motti tries to help his students with their problems, his own life is falling apart after his mother’s death in a car accident. In helping these kids navigate school, family, the army, and even their dreams, Motti begins to heal his own deep emotional wounds and find new meaning in his life. It is through these lessons that he regains a sense of place, of being needed again, of living a life that has meaning. To keep himself busy, he also starts working at a coffee shop, where he meets Ma’ayan. He knows she is his future wife, but she is actually engaged to someone else. Between the private lessons and his job at a coffee shop, Motti also tries to mend his relationship with his father, who abandoned the family when he was young.