Ivan is not cut out for a desk job. He’d rather be dancing, not pushing numbers around.
This stresses out his father — who is also his manager. People are complaining about Ivan’s lacklustre performance in the office, and it reflects poorly on him.
A confrontation between Ivan and his father goes south, and Ivan storms out. He’d rather dress up as a silly mascot and hand out flyers — at least he can dance up to customers without a manager breathing down his neck.
Ivan’s lucky break arrives — he is hired to dance in a restaurant. It just so happens, his family is there for dinner too.
He has one chance to move his father’s heart.