ON THE WAY HOME
Anton Kalinin is a cardiologist living an ordinary life, which is suddenly turned upside down by a young woman named Alisa. She says she is a stripper and begs to save her from thugs sent by one of her clients who blames her for stealing money, which she did not take. Alisa is sure she will be killed, and this is why Anton agrees to help her. He takes her form the capital to a small provincial town in which he grew up and where his parents live. However, almost at once Anton regrets doing this. Alisa is very bold, and she does not accept any rules, especially if they confine her freedom. She does no care what others may think, she is sharp tongued and willful. Anton and Alisa quarrel all the time. Alisa is unpleasantly surprised by the way Anton labels her because he believes doing striptease is brand of disgrace and a stripper cannot be an honest woman.
To annoy Anton, Alisa tells his parents she is his fiancee. Her appearance and behavior shock them. But after a while, they change their attitude towards her. They see Alisa is sincere, open minded and compassionate. She abruptly changes the Kalinins’ life, helps Anton’s sisters to liberate their spirits, show their talents and sort out their complicated relations with men. She makes Anton reconcile with his father after an old quarrel and unites the family.
The only person Alisa fails to come to terms with is Anton. He does not believe her, and his suspicions finally come true — he finds a bag with the money she stole from the client. It turns out Alisa is not the one she claims to be. She tells the truth, which shocks Anton. Meanwhile, a real hunt starts to find Alisa, and the Kalinins help her all together.