Convinced that he is behaving in a righteous manner, because “even the Pope is against the use of condoms”, Don Fabijan, a Catholic priest in a small town on a Dalmatian island, starts puncturing condoms. He then persuades Peter, a god-fearing newsstand owner, to sell them at his newspaper kiosk. Don Fabijan and Peter soon join forces with Marin, a pious pharmacist, who starts secretly replacing contraceptive pills with vitamin pills in his pharmacy. The three conspirators practically abolish contraception on the island and, as the number of unwanted pregnancies continues to rise, Don Fabijan does all he can to persuade the couples to get married in a proper Christian fashion – even against their will. Soon, however, the actions of the trio start influencing the lives of the islanders, who are no longer the masters of their own fate.