What would you tell your descendants? What would you like them to know about the time you live in? These are the questions the filmmakers asked young people from St. Petersburg. First, the interviewees freeze in front of the camera, but after some time the ice breaks and they start talking freely about their life in Russia. This film is a collection of honest and real accounts of what young people like and dislike in today's Russia. They speak about politics, political parties, Putin, criticize the system, and the lack of solidarity. They question the definition of patriotism. Are young people willing to make sacrifices for their nation, and if they are, to what extent? What do they think of LGBTQ? The topics are as diverse as the interviewees themselves: we hear opinions from girls and boys, Russians and other nationalities of the former USSR. The film is intentionally shot in black and white to concentrate the viewers’ attention on what is being said.