The train is a small country. Seniors and babies, workers and intelligent students live in it. Who is poorer - in a reserved seat, richer - in a closed compartment, away from the main mass of people. But they are all locked in the tight iron interior of the train, where all life is an endless wait. When will they finally arrive? Where to? In March 2019, two journalism students, Oleg Tsiplakov and Nikita Lopatin, went from Moscow to Vladivostok along the famous Trans-Siberian Railway. 6 days on the road, 9 thousand kilometers behind and more than 15 interviews with passengers of the E100 train - all in order to figure out with whom they live in one country and what kind of country it is.