Bosnia, Chechnya, Afghanistan, Ukraine. War reporter Petra Procházková has seen most of the major conflicts of the past 20 years and has often been in dangerous situations. Always drawn more to the East, to the post-Soviet countries, Procházková refutes the myth of objectivism, saying it has no place in reporting. A journalist should call evil by its right name and not be afraid of emotions. This documentary portrait offers a glimpse behind the scenes of her work as well as into her thoughts and private life. How can a demanding, risky job be combined with family life? How difficult is it to overcome cultural differences? Are the Czech media still interested in reports from warzones?