Single mother Anna and her four children live on the front-line of the war in Donbas, Ukraine. While the world outside is bombings and chaos, the family manages to keep their home as a safe haven, full of life and light. Every member of the family has a passion for cinema, so it feels natural that they should shoot a film inspired by their life in wartime. The creative process raises a number of questions: what power cinema can have in times of disaster and how does one show war through the camera lens. For Anna and the children, transforming their trauma into a work of art is the only way to stay human.