Jørgen Ulvstuplende, a studied scoundrel, soap boiler and moonshiner in his late thirties, lives on the remote family farm with his father, two uncles, his Alzheimer-stricken mother and an autistic cousin none of them can control. They are preparing for the end of the world, and all signs say that it’s coming soon. They have established a silver economy in the little valley of Ulvstupelv in order to avoid paying taxes, and both the local merchant, mayor and police chief can easily be bribed with silver and quality moonshine.
Uncle Ole, the patriarch of the farm, has started a Youtube channel, in the hopes of getting in touch with likeminded people who can join in rebuilding the country after the apocalypse. The plan looks watertight, until the police chief suffers an accident, and Mona, a wholesale soap purchaser from Oslo, uses the opportunity to visit the bachelor Jørgen.
Boogaloo is a dark, humorous and post-ironic story about preparing for the end, where the characters do their utmost to live and survive beyond all social conventions.