Summer of 2020. Presidential elections have just been held in Belarus: Alexander Lukashenko got over 80% of all votes. The local opposition and the European Union unanimously deemed the voting falsified with a large part of the country's population rejecting the election results. Peaceful mass demonstrations were brutally suppressed, and the intensity of political repression was comparable to that before the Soviet Union collapsed, leading protesters to take part in further rallies and freedom marches. An emotional black-and-white documentary captures the mood in a country seen from the perspective of several Belarusian families, who still have faith in a change even after 27 years of Lukashenka's dictatorship and a great many traumatic experiences.