A nostalgic film by Valery Todorovsky, dedicated to the golden city of his youth. In hot summer Odessa in 1970, a large Jewish family gathers together: older parents and their grown daughters, who have come on vacation with their husbands and children. Boris, an international journalist, comes to visit from Moscow with his eight-year-old son, Valerik. An epidemic of cholera is spreading, and the city is closed off from the outside world for a month. In the captivity of quarantine, old fears, hidden desires, and dangerous dreams come to light, relationships grow heated, and family ties are tested. The cholera passes quickly, but the lives of each of the protagonists will be changed forever.
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