Brother-sister Gyembo and Tashi are normal teenagers, loving soccer and their phones. Their father oversees a Buddhist temple that has been in the family for generations and wants the son to one day take over his duties. The son has other ideas. The generation gap is as large as their love for one another. Meanwhile, Tashi dreams of a life as a professional soccer player. Though happiness is high on the political agenda in Bhutan, not all wishes come true.