Alina Tykhonova’s life may seem perfect. She is a successful designer, wife of a famous lawyer, mother of two great kids and even friend to her mother-in-law. As her own childhood was very hard, she is determined to do everything for her children to grow up in a happy family. She is even ready to close her eyes on the fact that her husband, who regularly presents her with flowers, is indeed a despotic tyrant, her daughter is in a bad company, her son suffers quietly because of his father’s cruelty and her mother-in-law has no respect towards her. However, Alina is sure everyone has their own flaws, and therefore she is ready to tolerate beatings from the husband only to not repeat her mother’s fate, of which she doesn’t tell her children to protect them from the bitter truth.
Everything ends on the day when her husband severely beats their son, almost kills Alina and their daughter runs away from home. Alina understands that all her plans have collapsed and she has to flee herself. At this point all skeletons begin to drop out of her wardrobe, and she is the only person to deal with them. She has around except for an accidental ally, ambulance driver Anatoliy, who, just like she did, used to portray an ideal family life until his wife ran away and his daughter became addicted to drugs.