Vika has a baby at the age of 14. Her sudden motherhood burdens her, she feels discarded by the world around her. She tries to find the strength to cope with her new reality — but the pressure is too. At first glance, our film is about a desperate striving for freedom. But below the surface lies another, deeper meaning: all of Vika's actions are dictated by her desire to feel loved —a desire she can not fulfill in the world that confines her. Lovelessness is passed down through generations, and predetermines Vika's attitude towards her baby daughter.