„For obtaining various mutations, we first used liquid mutagens. Radioactive phosphorus and sulphur mutants were further used to get hybrids which would be planted on thousands of hectares of land, and that’s how it began. [...] Moldova was first among Soviet Republics in agricultural experiments.” (Dimitry Goncharenko, biologist)
While investigating his grandmother’s mysterious death, Dragoş, a filmmaker from the small country of Moldova, which was formerly part of the Soviet Union, discovers a secret scientific experiment. Dragoş unveils the secret plan of Nikita Khruschev to transform Moldova into the Soviet Garden by the application of atomic energy in local agriculture.