Born in the former Soviet Republic of Kazakhstan, Natalia N. moved to Cuba about 25 years ago from the USSR, to be reunited with her husband in Ciudad Nuclear and work as an opera singer. She arrived on the island when the USSR was dismembering and Cuba was entering the great crisis. Divorced almost immediately, she found herself lost and trapped hundreds of km from La Havana, in a sleepy artificial city built with Soviet style blocks, guarded by the remains of what was to be Cuba's first nuclear power plant and now paralyzed in a dimension out of space and time.
Natalia for all these years never ceased to hope and believe in the dream of her life, being recognized as a lyrical singer, despite the adversities and obstacles she had to face with.
Due to the isolation in which she found herself living, she has been accused of being paranoid and she was diagnosed with a mental illness. Natalia, by contrast, with great lucidity reveals her true story. Hers is the story of a foreigner, with an open and unscrupulous mind, who arrived in a hostile and suspicious place at a wrong time. Natalia, for being a Soviet lonely woman living in Ciudad Nuclear, tells of being object of control and espionage for years, victim of continuous remote psychological inspection at the hands of the government leaders, who hold her under control through the most powerful mental espionage techniques, developed over the years by the Soviet secret services.
Natalia, thanks to her deep Christian faith, still dreams with her fame and survives singing arias for some tourists in the nearby Cienfuegos .