Mama Gülsüm, the authoritarian matriarch of the Aksak Family that belongs to the Sarıkeçili Yoruks has started to prepare for summer migration. However, members of her family and other families don’t share Mama Gülsüm’s ideas about migration. Her husband states that he is too old to migrate and wants to settle, while her son-in-law wants to sell the camels and migrate using the tractor. Gülsüm, on the other hand, believes that migration should be made in the traditional way with camels. Gülsüm’s biggest supporters are her half-witted son Nurettin and her granddaughter Elif. While Gülsüm tries to persuade the people around her, a rumor that the governor’s office will ban migration begins to spread. Gülsüm is determined to migrate in spite of all the obstacles she is faced with.