IT'S NOT ABOUT FAME but about finding a place for yourself in life. A mission with which you feel comfortable and right in order to overcome all difficulties that might come. The film portrays creative freelancers of the generation "30 something" and witnesses how their private life, (digital) work spaces, and very personal dreams, concerns and visions intertwine and function. Have the characteristics of the modern bohemian society changed since artists are able to go online and digitally spread their work throughout the world? Does the fact that art is more respected within society alter their personal fears, the struggle for recognition and search of creative input? And furthermore: Is it fame that really matters in the end or is there something more important? The film is a current snapshot of the lives of five young professionals in different European capitals experiencing moments between heights of individual fulfillment and the obstacles of everyday reality.