For 30 years, people from the village of Ozenbash have been gathering for annual meetings of fellow villagers. Before the war, the village was large and rich. But the war changed everything. In 1943, Ozenbash was burned, in 1944 most of its inhabitants, Crimean Tatars, were deported. The indigenous residents of Ozenbash, having overcome the long way home, every year gather in their native village and share their memories with their children and grandchildren.