This is a true story of writer / director, Nan de Vries. She describes the process of selling her house, where she had lived for thirty years, and how she did it at a time of credit crisis and during the collapse of the housing market. The property was for sale for a long time and if it was not sold at a certain date, it would cause major problems. You will experience the necessary bizarre and exciting situations. Hilarious is also the description of previous experience of the writer with selling and buying homes. Nan de Vries (born 1937) has worked most of her life as a writer / director for television and film. She wrote and directed television series that include "Peppi and Kokki," made a feature film, and wrote a number of children's books. Along with her husband, a cameraman, she made several documentaries. In the sixties, she traveled with her then partner in a Landrover to the Far East and has written articles and features for the magazine 'Eva.'