Russia, 2014. During a press conference at the exhibition a deputy of the ruling party asks the sculptor Eva the question: "Is Crimea ours? (Is Crimea Russian?)
The protagonist decides to remain silent fearing the consequences because of her disagreement with the actions of the ruling regime.
At the same time, during protests against the 3rd and 4th terms of the presidency, her husband, Slava, is being charged with a political criminal case because of his active participation in the protests. To avoid Slava's prison punishment, the couple has to go into forced migration.
They rent a house in a secluded village in Italy. Eva tries to find inspiration to create sculptures for an international exhibition that will determine whether the couple can extend their residence permit and stay in Europe. Inspiration does not come, the financial situation is worsening and disharmony is felt in the couple.
One day they meet Valentine and (R)Oksana. They promote polyamory as a form of family where you can have multiple sexual partners, which refreshes relationships and adds flavor to life.
Slava is having sex with their new acquaintances and Eva is torn apart with her jealousy, but she "descends into the well of her subconscious" and finds there a long-awaited image of the first sculpture.
In pursuit of inspiration, Eva and her husband plunge into the abyss of sexual experiments. During these experiences, she endures psychological and sexual domestic violence from both her husband and their guests. But again and again, feeling the violation of her boundaries, she is keeps silent as she was taught in childhood.
Meanwhile, in Italy elections are taking place, public opinion is splitting in half and voters are going to the streets in peaceful protests. But how long will Eva endure this in the same way as her mother did in the Soviet times, and how long will she be afraid to show her voice and destroy the family?
She finds another way out of the crisis - through publicity, education and culture. After the divorce, Eva will return to her homeland and create an exhibition on a political theme during the protests against the presidential elections in Russia for the 5th and 6th terms.