Welcome to QualityLand, in a not-too-distant future: everything works fine - work, leisure and relationships are optimized by algorithms. Nevertheless, the machine scraper Peter Arbeitsloser more and more feels that something is wrong with his life. If the system is really that perfect, why are there drones that are afraid of flying, or combat robots with post-traumatic stress disorder? Why are the machines getting more and more human, but are people getting more and more machine-like? Marc-Uwe Kling has condensed the promises and discomfort of the digital present into a startling satire that lingers on for a long time. Visionary, subtle - and as funny as the kangaroo trilogy.