A remarkable chapter in music history closed when the Finnish punk rock band Pertti Kurikan Nimipäivät (PKN), a quartet of musicians with learning disabilities, retired in 2016. "Punk Voyage" is a documentary film about the last years of the band, replete with all its ups and downs. In its seven-year run, PKN conquered new fans around the world, playing nearly 300 gigs in 16 countries. In 2015, the band was selected to represent Finland in the Eurovision Song Contest, where they played to a television audience of over 100 million. However, the band’s success and busy travel schedule and exerted a considerable amount of pressure on its members: Kari, the singer, struggles with the temptations and responsibilities brought by publicity; bass player Sami extends his territory to politics and religion; drummer Toni’s and the band’s roadie Niila’s crush to the same girl causes conflicts; and Pertti, the guitar player, tired of it all, decides to retire. "Punk Voyage" is a film about being true to yourself, making hard decisions, and moving on in life. A smelly journey full of tears and laughter.