Poland 1962. Anna is a beautiful woman, aged eighteen, who is preparing to become a nun at the convent where he lived as an orphan child. Learn to have a living relative that you must visit before oath, her mother’s sister, Wanda. Together, the two women embark on a journey of discovery of their mutual past. Her aunt, she is not only that it was purchased communist oo known for condemnation of priests and others to death, but also Hebrew. Anna is that she is Hebrew, and that her real name is Ida. This revelation pushes Anna, now Ida, a journey to discover her roots and to confront the truth about her family. Ida must choose between her identity from birth and religion that saved it from Nazi occupation massacres in Poland. And Wandatrebuie to confront the decisions that we took during the war, when he chose loyalty to the question before the family.