The heroes of the comedy "Mandarin" are representatives of an ancient profession. Sin-Dee and Alexandra are unusual prostitutes. They are transgender people. Sin-Di has a “service” affair with his own pimp. After the police swept up the beauty, she had to spend several weeks in prison. And now, the furious fury breaks free. She is determined to deal with her traitor boyfriend. He dared to exchange their extraordinary relationship for a relationship with an ordinary woman. Girlfriends rush to find a pimp who is hiding from sin away. The case brings them together with an Armenian taxi driver who decides to end his working day in the arms of a priestess of love before returning to his noisy large family.
An unusual company travels around the city, now and then starting up noisy bickering and causing an explosion of public outrage. Sin-Di hopes to the last that gossip will not be confirmed. Hippies, punks, transsexuals, homosexuals, and other representatives of subcultures and sexual minorities seem to flicker in a kaleidoscope, bringing the resentful to the truth.