More than 70 years have passed since the end of World War II, but a peace treaty has not yet been signed between Russia and Japan. While the diplomats decide, ordinary citizens will conduct their peace negotiations, the Russian, the granddaughter of the head of the prisoner of war camp, and the Japanese, the son of a prisoner of war, who was in this camp. They met in the Khabarovsk Territory, where this Stalinist camp was located. On the way, they told each other about how their ancestors got involved in the world war, about where they met the end of this war, about their wives and children. Will they be able to communicate? After all, there is so much that separates them.