Mevlo Alić is a shepherd from a small village Vozuća in Bosnia and Herzegowina. In order to earn enough money for a diecent living, he breeds and sells his sheep to nearby customers. With time, sheep breeding becomes less of a job and a source of income and becomes more of a family enviroment. Mevlo takes care of his sheep as any parent figure would to their child. Mevlo takes his sheep walking, talks to them, drinks coffee with them enjoying every moment of his simple yet fulfilled life. After a crippled sheep Bjelko is born, Mevlo decides to take intensive care of him knowing Bjelko wouldn’t be financially benefitial, fulfilling every human beings need – to feel needed, to have a sense of belonging.