Andrey Konchalovsky's project "Burden of Power" is about unpopular decisions of heads of state and political figures in power. The heroes of the cycle "Burden of power" can not be called fighters for liberal ideas, but they paradoxically had a huge impact on the fate and development of their countries.
Dina's ordinary life comes crashing down around her after her fiance's betrayal and her father's death. In her despair, she agrees to give up her unborn baby but when she realizes her mistake, it is too late. Desperate, she escapes and accidentally shoots at a woman passing by, killing her instantly. On the run, hiding from the law and full of self loathing at the killer she has become, Dina cannot give herself up as she doesn't want her baby to be born in prison and to grow up in an orphanage Fate sends her on many adventures both good and bad until destiny intervenes, bringing some normality back into her life and with it, the man of her dreams.
Igor Rozhnov (Dmitry Ulyanov) could call himself an accomplished person. He has his own business, a chic mansion and a beautiful bride, Kristina (Yevgenia Loza). But successful life does not please Rozhnov. Deep down, he doesn't believe that he can be as happy again as he was thirteen years ago. Everything changes when Igor's competitors decide to ruin him. Without knowing it, they are giving him the biggest gift of his life.
Folk wisdom says "in love, as in war, all means are good". But what if a man decides to cheat for the sake of the happiness of his beloved girl? Will wisdom work in this situation?
Young teacher Marina is preparing for the wedding. Her fiance Volodya is a reliable and well-off person. Only life with him is too boring and predictable: as a former military man, everything is always planned in advance, calculated and laid out on the shelves.