The day that lasts more than a century
Railway worker Edyge is lucky to bury his long-time friend, the wise old Kazangap according to his testament to the Ana-Beyit cemetery for many kilometers, but stumbled upon a fence with military guards. In this responsible and important procession, he is confronted with the opposition of not only individuals, but also the whole state system.
The sacred land where the dust of ancestors rests, now belongs to the spaceport. Both the system and a single person, who have lost their historical memory, become mankurt. Despite all the difficulties, the creative force that opposes all this is the pious Edyge, faithful to the traditions of the ancestors, the native language.
Such as Edyge are a stronghold of life, spirituality.