In an Armenian village, evicted in the result of the Armenian-Azeri conflict, Abgar stays behind all alone in a gradually shrinking enemy ring. He is waiting for his daughter, who became a witness to her husband’s murder by an angry mob and was hospitalized with a mental disorder.
An Azeri named Ibrahim, offers Abgar to work on the construction of a mosque and promises to find and bring Abgar’s daughter instead… A few days later, Ibrahim finds the girl, named Yurga, in one of the psychiatric hospitals of Baku and brings her to Abgar.
Abgar wants to leave the village with his daughter, but his skills of a stonemason are still needed for construction of a new mosque. Abgar realizes that this work in the Azerbaijani village will be endless and realizes that he’s been trapped.[...]
Alik is a young clarinet player who performs in an orchestra, once established and ran by his grandpa- a renowned musician, Hovhannes Talyan. One day the chief sponsor of their orchestra is found murdered, so the further existence of the band is at question. However, Alik believes in miracle and hopes the orchestra will be saved form dissolution. And the miracle happens! In a result of unbelievable coincidence, Alik gets a telephone, which is alleged to belong to a Virtuozo, and which responds to one subscriber only. Following the telephone instructions Alik manages to get a high advance payment, which can cover all expenses of the orchestra and thus, save it. However, along with the money he gets a big gun and…a murder order. The point is that Alik has never held a gun in his hand before and, to crown it all, he is not a professional killer, but a professional musician – a Virtuozo.[...]