A little girl and an elderly woman, a lay sister and a nun, a convent worker and a novice talk about their ideal of a woman and about what prevents them from achieving this ideal. They talk about women's happiness and their own shortcomings. They remember their mothers' love and confess their own mistakes. They also answer the question of who the Myrrh-bearing women were and whether there are such women among us today. Authors: Christina Odesenko, Pavel Dovnar.