Situated during 1999 Kosovo war. When the war begins, hidden family problems cant’ be hidden anymore.
It is the eve of the NATO bombing in Kosovo. Enver, a professor and politician, is visited by family friend, Freddy - an American human rights activist who is about to leave Kosovo. Enver doesn't accept Freddy's invitation to join him in America, until the things quiet down, because he thinks that it is not the time to run away. He prepares the cellar of his flat, a hidden, big secure space - just in case. After the cheering for the beginning of NATO bombing - symbolising the beginning of liberty and safety from the aggressor - subsides, the first rumours of deportation of Albanians, killing and raping, start to circulate. They provide even more reasons for Enver to realize his plan to hide for safety in cellar. It is there, in the cellar, where he can no longer run from facing his family's personal and interpersonal problems, which have produced his family's misery and repressed frustration. Moreover, he has an unimaginable visitor: Agron, his political opponent, neighbour and Pranvera's ex-colleague, comes with his daughter. Old frustrations, enmity and jealousies surface.