Someone called Father Arkady a punk priest, someone called a hippie priest. Once he really was a hippo, and then he left Moscow with friends for a remote Karelian village and began to build a temple. Over time, this remote village has become a point of attraction for many people: poets, artists, whips, drug addicts, musicians, writers, criminals, photographers. Father Arkady was an unusual priest from the generation of the 90s and in some way reflected the fate of this generation. It all started with freedom and an endless holiday, but what did it lead to? Is it all over, or is it just that "Holiday" has become different?