An actress (Natalia Sayko) is faced with the job of dubbing her voice after the final version of her movie is wrapped. (All actors dub their lines for the master copy of a film.) But she is overcome by her own life-crisis that alters her plans -- just released from the hospital, she realizes that her illness is more than she can emotionally handle -- it will kill her eventually. Overwhelmed, she has to reconsider her simple task of dubbing from a completely new perspective. This film had an attendance of 2.3 million in the Soviet Union when it was released.
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