Russian filmmaker, Katja Fedulova, left Russia when she was 18, over 20 years ago. But the homeland which her grandmother died for as a war heroine haunts her. She returns back home with a big question: Are there still modern heroines in Russia? She finds three young, beautiful Russian women, women who fight for their country in different ways. Their struggle offers a complex picture of the modern Russian reality, full of dramatic, desperate, absurd, and funny moments. A Russia still struggling with the aftermath of perestroika and in search for a new identity. Fedulova takes a loving look at her old home, an unusual, female look, sometimes heartbreaking and always full of open ambivalence.