Vit and Grisha, father and son, set off to Russia, where the boy's mother and sister live. But what do they really look for in Eastern Europe? And why did the former harmonious family split in two? It tells a story of distance between two Slavic countries, the distances of ancient memories, the difficulties of paternity and puberty, but also the imaginary remoteness of those who should be closest to each other. Will the long journey from Brno to Divějev help them get closer to each other?