For several generations, modern schoolchildren have been separated from the great patriotic war. Is it possible to understand between old people who were sixteen in the 40s of the last century, and today's teenagers? Do today's school children have a real lively interest in that war? Whether they will hear from the few surviving veterans of the Pacific, but the main thing: "war is scary"? How can I explain this to them, when the memory of the war is increasingly turning into a glorious, but pompous, formal and meaningless holiday? An honest, touching and sad film about true and false patriotism.