The film invites us into the inner world of the translator Anna Kareninová, where the love for language is as strong as for loved ones. Through personal diaries from her travels to France and Italy, we embark on a journey to meet the rhythm of the language of the writers Louis-Ferdinand Céline and Ezra Pound. The honesty with which she approaches the translations of their work is also manifested in her relations to those closest to her. Care for the old apartment she shared with her late husband, poet Petr Kabeš, and the never-ending inner debate over his books and texts only shows the depth of their relationship. The subtle touches of Céline, Pound and Kabeš reflect the delicate world of a woman who is found by the one she seeks.