Can one have the trappings of western society and still support the regime in North Korea? This is the story of the Danish-North Korean Friendship Society, which was formed in 1969 and is still an integral part of the Danish left-wing. Led by their chairman, Anders Kristensen, the society fights an unyielding and tireless battle to convince the public that the official line on North Korea is imperialistic. Now, after years of tolerating the society, the official left-wing decides it’s had enough and wants to exclude the society from its May Day celebration. The society won’t voluntarily take an expulsion instigated by a group of young pups who don’t know what international solidarity is. The film is the story of an anarchistic society steeped in the past and the official Left, which has moved on and found another platform.