A young international school student, Hendrick Hill, starts running errands for the local Luxembougish mafia, D’Famill, a group of wealthy property owners who actually don’t engage in much crime or violence apart from taking a really (really!) long time to give back rental deposits and driving their Porsches while totally drunk.
Even though Hendrick is an Auslänner, the Luxembourgers increasingly see him more like a “GuttFella” – one of them, a guy who can be trusted, especially when Hendrick gets caught illegally selling kachkéis for D’Famill, but does not implicate them.
Hendrick gets put on a crew with two other young men, one of whom is the hot-headed Luxembourger Tomy who goes around Luxembourg City taking up two parking spaces and insulting strangers in Luxembourgish. The other is Jempy, a cool, calculating former international school student like Hendrick.
After the crew bribes a commune official for permission to add a fourth bedroom to a house in Bertrange owned by D’Famill patriarch Jean Muller, Jempy gets increasingly paranoid that they will get caught, which indeed happens after Tomy makes a TikTok bragging about their feat.
Now facing a sentence of two months in Schrassig Prison, Hendrick asks his father, who has a high position in a Big Four company, for financial help so he can get a good lawyer. Hendrick ends up betraying his friends and agrees to work with the police in exchange for leniency.
Scared that the Luxembourgish mafia will now aggressively stare at him wherever he goes and use their extensive connections to give Hendrick administrative problems for the rest of his life, Hendrick moves to the Netherlands to start a business specializing in painting miniature porcelain animals.