When Ingrid turns 34, she has to admit to herself that her life has not gone as she had hoped. She has been single since she was seventeen, she works in an underwear store, and now her parents are getting divorced. She can feel for the first time in her life that she is in fact like everyone else. And her biggest wish is one of the most banal and unoriginal in the whole world: to have a boyfriend. But how can an independent and proud woman like her find love under the increasing pressure of her biological clock and without losing face?