Felix Weingarten’s parents split up. Amicably, as they keep emphasizing, and out of fairness they decide to share their only son as well: one week with his mother, one week with his father. While this may be a truly salomonic solution for the parents, it means total loss of orientation for Felix. While his family is being cut in half, his existence in the material world doubles. He lives a life which is highly complicated, organisationally, with two playrooms, two beds, two toothbrushes – but Felix is sustained by the hope that it might be exactly these quarrels arising between his parents from everyday life “week by week”, that could one day reunite his family.