Odessa, August of 1970. A heat wave. The city is crowded with tourists. Boris, a
journalist and foreign affairs specialist, and his eight-year-old son Valeri arrive
from Moscow to visit Boris’ in-laws, Grigori and Raisa. But on the day of their arrival, Odessa declares a quarantine due to a cholera outbreak, and the city is closed off. Having come for a few days, the
son-in-law is plunged into a world changed by serious danger. Family secrets
will be disclosed, improbable events happen, and a great forbidden love begins.
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