Alice Harvey holds a solid editorial position in one of the popular magazines. Work does not bring her much pleasure. At 28, she never figured out who she had become. No matter how much she tries to convince herself that she is engaged in what was destined for her, she understands that her soul is drawn to art.
Alice dreams that she will write a novel someday. Life gives her a unique chance when she can prove herself from the best side. But, like many of us, Alice is constrained internally by internal fears that are associated with the loss of stability and exerting external pressure on the people around her, who are ready to confirm the mediocrity of their acquaintances upon demand.