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In 1993, tragic turbulence takes over Ukraine within the post-communist spin-off. As if in somnambulism, Soviet war veterans and upstart businessmen listen to an American preacher of whose type there have been plenty on the time within the post-Soviet territory. In Kharkiv, the young communist headquarters is now an advertising agency, and a youth radio station brings Western music, with Depeche Mode within the lead, into homes of odd people. In the midst of this craze three friends, an anti-Semitic Jew Dogg Pavlov, an unfortunate entrepreneur Vasia the Communist and the narrator Zhadan, nineteen years of age and unemployed, searching for to seek out their old pal Sasha Carburetor to inform him that his step-father shot himself dead. Characters confront elements in their reality, and, tainted with traumatic survival fever, embark on a sad, dramatic and a little bit grotesque adventure.