Outside in 2012. The agreed-upon rally on May 6 on Bolotnaya Square in Moscow is violently dispersed by riot police. This is a rally of those who disagree with the results of the presidential election, which Putin won. The protagonist of the film, an activist of the movement "Solidarity" Vsevolod Chernozub decides to stand on Bolotnaya to the end. Neither he nor the other participants in the rally have any idea how events will develop further. Seva is young and confident in the victory of a peaceful protest. He was one of the organizers of the first march on December 5, 2011 after the elections to the State Duma, from that day a wave of protests began in Moscow and Russia. Seva and his comrades are trying to figure out how to act now that so many people are chanting, "Fair elections!" They want to set up a tent city on Pushkinskaya Square the day after the presidential election and push society towards a peaceful regime change. This film is a nostalgia for those times when you could go out into the street and chant "Russia without Putin." This is an attempt to find in the recent past the answer to the main question of today.