A dialogue between two generations. Physically represented by a Tamara who is the grandchild of older Tamara, the grandmother, who passed away. A dialogue to explore the past and the present. The nostalgia of an era that is absent now yet some members of this time still live today. They’re friends of Tamara, who fought World War II with her in 1945. The young Tamara, being myself, went in search of them to bring to life my grandmother Tamara through their souvenirs, ideologies, fights and remembrance. The main protagonist of the film is an absent hero: Tamara. Her friends are there, in the present. But are they? I have tried through this documentary to capture the last remaining figures who throughout the film are felt to part with us, to bring forward their last words. Some of them are rigid and in coherence with their thoughts, yet others being totally emotional and in tears as they remember their youth, as well some being totally in loss, in absence. The subject of the film is ‘a feeling’, the feeling of loss and disappearance, of a time that existed and now only the almost invisible remnants are still there. The film is not about one person or one ideology or one belief. Yet a totality of this loss, of the last of the Mohicans.