The film focuses on two Ukranian teens, Raya and Luba, who are lured into slavory by promises of a hotel job.
"You are simply an empty man," said Luba, resolutely and firmly.
When Foma arrived at his godfather's house, he found Luba alone.
"So, everything goes so swiftly," replied Luba, with a smile.
Luba made tea in silence while Foma looked at her and thought of Medinskaya.
And a hearty good afternoon to all, he thought—especially to Miss Luba Ardanko.
He liked Luba, but at the same time she seemed suspicious and dangerous for him.
There was Luba—nobody's fool, no starry-eyed dreamer of occult dreams.
He had half an hour to spare until his dinner date with Luba.
He was happy, and Luba was happy, and everything was going to be perfectly frabjous.