Dionis is a biology teacher about to retire. Dionis has a passion, he has a dream. He owns over a hundred rusty vintage cars most of which don’t even work, and every night he sleeps next to his cars in the outskirts of the town he lives in, only to dream of opening up a museum for his unusual collection. But his passion and dreams come with a price that his younger wife pays every night while she sleeps alone in their home, and every day as she makes ends meet by making wedding and birthday cakes for the towns folk. While Dionis dreams of his museum, surrounded with his decaying cars, it is exactly in these piles of rust that he finds the joy of existence. “Dionis” is a short and but larger than life portrayal of the universal human saga represented through this old man. A film about a retiring professor, his wife, his passion and his fantasy of opening up a museum in the small uneventful town, and all the towns people and his students who adore him. Its love, its life.