Only the fact, that you are alive, is the happiness. Pravda, the voice of the Communist Party, wrote in the spring of 1941: “Peter I made a big mistake when he left the Baltic nations in their locations”. In 1941 the Soviet security organizations decided to fix that mistake and began to prepare the large-scale *displacement* of Baltic inhabitants as soon as the Baltic countries were occupied. As the document shows, sending the Baltic inhabitants out from their homelands became an enormously important political task. According to the orders given in Moscow on June 13, 1941, 11 102 people had to be deported from Estonia. 490 railcars were gathered for that operation...The creative documentary “8756th story” (as a working title) looks back at the June deportation of 1941 in a realistic way, during which more than 40 000 people from Estonia, Latvia and Lithuania were taken away from their homeland against their will. The film places human in the centre. It is based on the letters, diaries and memories of the deported people.