The film follows the 2000 K-141 Kursk submarine disaster and the governmental negligence that followed. As the sailors fight for survival, their families desperately battle political obstacles and impossible odds to save them.
Andrew is a pastor of an evangelical church in a poor urban squatter settlement; his is a harsh creed; sex is only for making babies.. desire for a woman is a sin in itself and homosexuality is an abomination. He is ashamed of his clearly gay nephew Malcolm who sings in the church choir and so he tells his wife she cannot send their daughter to stay with his sister, Malcolm’s mother, when she goes to hospital to have their baby.
His bible study group is also a promising accapella choir who hope to raise funds to go to a competition in Fiji. Malcolm sings in the choir with Rachel who for the Pastor is a vision of purity…or is he in actual fact besotted by her? So intent is he on the interpretation of good and evil that he fails to see that the settlement community they live in has been sold. Rumour has it that they will all be evicted in the coming months or weeks. Will Andrew’s beliefs help him navigate the world as it is today?