A Gypsy family is forced to make their living in a Latvian forest by picking berries. These people might seem happy, humorous and a bit wild. But when the night falls, the noisy crowd gets silent. The Gypsies confess that the forest is inhabited by ghosts and spirits who turn their lives into nightmares. The leader of the camp Bruno has seen a ghost as a man with no face. His granddaughter Sindija as an animal with red eyes and Bruno's aunt Irma claims that a ghost blew out her campfire. Bruno has all the responsibility. They need the money to survive. To feel safer and to pick a sufficient amount of berries, they move their camp. Haunted by vicious ghosts and spooky events, this freedom-loving family has no time to waste.