Ania, Gosia and Ilona live in villages located far away from each other. Ania wants to be a hairdresser, Gosia dreams of leaving her town where she seems to have no future prospects. Ilona just wants a better life for herself and her little son. All three of them decide to come to the "big city" and change their lives. Warsaw means a better life. A life they only know from television. They go on a journey hoping to find a better place to live. Each of them is a different person but they share the same dream. Will they make their dreams come true?
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A communal appartment in a Petersburg tenement house is shared by a few young artists, crooks, an elderly music composer and a teenager deeply in love with her husband. We can see life both of bohemians and ordinary people. But are they just sharing the hall, kitchen and the city they live in, or also their dreams or lack thereof? The film was made within the framework of the “Russia-Poland. New Gaze” project.