Today is an ordinary day. She expects it all – love, understanding, happiness. It has to be Pepsi, not Coke, fast, not so slow, the child has to be good. Why not today?
Iulia is on her way back from holiday, driving on the highway with Tudor and their 3-year-old daughter Maria. All they have left to talk about is her aggressive driving and his indifference after he forgot the daughter’s potty at the hotel. Maria is oblivious to the tension between her parents, triggered by what seems to have been a long holiday together. Iulia expects Tudor to apologize. He expects her to slow down. (excerpt)