In the 1930's a great famine struck the Soviet Union, plunging the cities into chaos and criminality. To restore law and order, Stalin organized in 1933 a great “cleansing” of Moscow and Leningrad of all citizens deemed a social nuisance. 6000 “unwanted people” were randomly chosen and transported to during eight days by train to Nazino, a small and desert Siberian island. Nazino had nothing, no shelter or infrastructure. Despair quickly led to theft and criminality and starvation to scenes of mass cannibalism. Through reconstitutions and archive pictures, this documentary unveils the arbitrary, disorganized and hasty methods used by the Soviet Regime for deportation.