During the first years of the Soviet revolution, everything was connected: life, bodies, love, ideology, politics, propaganda, fantasies. This is what this film is about. The movie allows us to glimpse at a world which had to be invented before it was created, with passion and the unshakeable conviction that representations are powerful and that art, beauty and greatness—all images—are compelling tools of persuasion. Without any doubt, movies are the best way to achieve this objective. These young soviet movie pioneers were the first to understand it. They were animated by a freedom which allowed them to invent an avant-garde cinema, political, a cinema that showed the light to society and led it out of the darkness. Doing so, they focused on the most important artistic questions, until the political machine took over their achievements and destroyed their talents. Today we are still trying to answer these questions and we will still try tomorrow, today we are still living a utopia created by images.