An Israeli filmmaker arrives in a remote village at the end of the desert for the screening of one of his films. There he meets Yahalom, an official from the Ministry of Culture, and throws himself desperately into two lost battles: one against the death of freedom in his country, the other against the death of his mother.
End of the 90s. Finnish student Laura travels from Moscow to Murmansk to see ancient rock paintings. Her only neighbor in the compartment is a miner named Ljoha, a gloomy unsociable type. The long road through the snow brings them closer. Long railway. But Ljoha and Laura have something else in common, besides the coupe, which they are forced to share: both feel like strangers in this world.
Laundromat owner Evelyn Wang is lost in the chaos of her everyday life. The trip to the tax office is unavoidable, but while she and her family are visiting the tax inspector, her universe is completely shaken up. Space and time dissolve, and the people around her, like herself, suddenly have other lives in parallel worlds. She discovers that she can access the abilities and lives of other versions of herself. This is sorely needed, as she is entrusted with a great mission: saving the world from unknown evil.