The newborn child and the newborn state both take a long and meandering path of transformation that is abruptly interrupted by military invasion.
The life of a person from the grey zone in radically changing Ukraine unfolds in stormy waters. The young generation tries to navigate through a
protracted period of transition, relying only on intuition. An intimate look at the country emerging on the debris of empire between independence
and occupation, democracy and political meltdown, poetically confronting historical scenes with the personal archive.