Hungarian director László Nemes follows up the most award-winning debut film ever, Saul's son, which won an Oscar, Golden Globe and BAFTA for Best Foreign Film 2016, with a drama about the disintegrating Budapest 1913. Irisz Leiter a 20-year-old orphaned fashionist moves to the city to look for work at Leiter, her dead parents' exclusive hat shop. To her surprise, she does not get the job. Instead, a stranger shows up and starts asking questions about her father. As she investigates her family's past, she realizes that not everything is as it seems.