Sixteen-year-old Markétka loves candy and bubble stuff, which she carries in her little bag. She likes riding around Prague because she thinks buses and trams are fun. And she paints. The girl suffers from Rett syndrome, and thus her mental capacity is that of a two-year-old. Markétka’s family battles their formidable fate with admirable finesse and humor. At the same time, however, they reflect on how the girl’s future will affect those closest to her, including her little sister.