During the wars in the last decade of the 20th century, more than half a million young, educated people moved out of Serbia. Today, Serbia is among the five countries with the oldest population in the world, with a much higher rate of deaths than births.
Three young women from Belgrade, Jelena, Katarina and Marija, meet by accident in New York City. Each has her reasons for leaving Belgrade: Katarina left in the mid 90s in search of a better life, Jelena fled the bombing in the late 90s… Marija’s boyfriend, whom she was going to marry, was killed in the war, prompting her to leave the country for good.
In search of a better life, immersed in a different reality, one they could have never imagined, with lost illusions, fears and hopes, they search for their own place in the world, but cannot find it. Their departure did not solve the problems which caused them to leave, but has, in a way, magnified them. Thus, one of them returns to Belgrade to give birth to a child there.