On the surface, it looks like the whole society in the Czech Republic is open-minded and LGBT+ friendly. But when it comes to the question of the law and marriage of same-sex couples, hidden ignorance and hatred appears. One man Czeslaw and the group of his companions runs a campaign to prove to the politicians and common society that the fight for LGBT+ rights in Europe is far not over. Will he succeed? Will the Czech Republic be the first country in Eastern Europe where gays and lesbians will be able to marry? Or will all the effort get stuck in the political populistic maze?