Today’s twenty-something Russians are the first generation in the country’s post-communist history to have grown up free. Their twenties are the age of freedom, of fast-changing events and intense emotions. Perhaps only at this age they can live a whole life in one day. A young girl and her two accident companions walk halfway around St.-Petersburg; they flirt and tease each other, and for ninety minutes they act out a real-time romantic drama. This stroll is full of laughter and tears against a backdrop of the hustle and bustle of the streets and some mystifying secret that keeps the audience in suspense. In the end, the mystery is resolved, forever uniting the story with the city. St. Petersburg has never been seen like this before. The city is not shown as a phantom, museum, specter or ruin. This is Petersburg on-line, a beautiful, busting city, in which young Russian Europeans live and suffer freely and easily.