In 2020, the world realized that the Soviet Union, which seemed to have ceased to exist in 1991, did not disintegrate and continues to crumble with blood. In September 2020, the second Karabakh war broke out. Almost thirty years elapsed between it and the first war. In this film, Armenians and Azerbaijanis speak, those who found the first Karabakh war thirty years ago as children. They did not have time to learn either about territorial integrity or about the people's right to self-determination. They did not have time to learn their version of history. They did not have the opportunity to understand what and why the war was going on, because some of them simply did not know the meaning of the word "war". Thirty years later, the war returned to them again, or never stopped, it's just that no one except them noticed.