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After two years spent as a student in Boston, a 22-year-old visits his native Moldova.
It is April 2009.
People gather in the streets of Chisinau, the call having spread through social networking sites.
They are demonstrating against the communist authorities who falsified the election results.
They seize and plunder the parliament and presidential buildings.
The demonstrators carry away documents, furniture and office equipment.
Our protagonist is coming from a friend's home carrying his own computer monitor.
He is mistaken for a demonstrator, brutally beaten up by the police and taken to the police station.
His interrogator is an experienced major.
The authorities can do anything.
Based on real events, the film asks questions about freedom, justice and the price of human life.