David and his three best friends from high school promised themselves that their friendship would last forever. After Hana gets married, Bažo moves abroad and Maja falls in love with an adventurous traveller, David finds himself all alone. He is forced to embark on a new journey to find out that his adult life as a queer person might be inherently different than of those who grew up with him.
Twentyseven is a film about the early-life crisis and the finality of having to grow up. This happens in Central Europe, changing politically at a dizzying pace. Topics of becoming an adult as queer, catholic faith and its forms, moving for a better job at the expense of family, or the social media's unrealistic portrayals of identity, put the topic of friendship and growing-up into everyday’s situations and turns it into a generational statement.