The playful documentary tells the story about a strange war of information in Estonian SSR during the 1980s when the totalitarian power confronted the heroes of pop culture. And the heroes won. Western pop culture played extremely important part in developing the world view of the Soviet youth - today this may seem rather weird. Finnish Television, that was visible only for people living in Northern Estonia, was the only window to the world of dreams and that was out of reach for the authorities to be banned. The documentary combines political action with fictional stories based on the memories of the children who grew up at that time. Filmmakers bring to the viewer a humorous treatment about recent history where intelligence games and human tragicomedy are intertwined.