Olga, Katya, and Andrey have known each other since childhood. They moved to Moscow many years ago and have become successful. They buy cars, take mortgages, build country houses. But their lives bring them neither happiness nor content. The feeling of "something's not right but I can't put my finger on it" underpins their lives. Their childhood took place during the Soviet era, when kids dreamed of becoming heroes. Nobody expected that this dream would be replaced by the dream of stable and predictable existence.