Eccentric Marina is used to living as she wants and burning her bridges behind her without regrets. Perhaps she would still “migrate” from one city to another with her baggage and two children but for her elder daughter. The girl is already fifteen; she fell in love and got in trouble.
Marina is terrified to see herself in her daughter and wants the later to avoid repeating her mother’s lot. Because the grandeur façade of her life is hiding her pain, loneliness and fear of serious relationships. Marina is ready to take a new look at her life.
She meets a man at this difficult moment. He is far from prince Charming, but Marina decides to try to build new relationship with him. However, it turns out that building relationships is much harder than destroying them. Besides, she finds that to trust someone when you are forty is not so easy as when you were fifteen.