"Russia is for the sad" – in recent years, this particular quote has received tremendous distribution from the younger generation. This has already become a stereotype: they say, foreigners are surprised how unsmiling and unemotional Russian people are. However, it's all the fault of our living conditions – in Moscow everyone is in a hurry, everyone has their own worries. But does it mean that laughter and jokes have no place in the lives of Russians? Of course, it doesn't. This is what the main characters of the new comedy prove to us.
The Blues is a one-day story based on real events. Three guys – Vitalik (Danila Yakushev), Denya (Michael Troinik) and Lesha (Kirill Kovbas) – rent an apartment together, and now it's time to pay for it. This is where the adventures begin: DJ Vitalik's girlfriend Lena (Ksenia Zueva) begins to suspect him of treason and throws out a bag with money for an apartment in the Moscow River, Denya's ex-girlfriend Fima (Ekaterina Ageeva), having found out about her pregnancy, comes to him from Krasnoyarsk, the aspiring director Lesha faces the task of making a patriotic movie about sports to raise the national spirit of the country, and a speechless musician (Semyon Barkov), who has appeared from nowhere, cannot get drugs from under the tree near the monastery. During the day, the guys have to deal with all the problems that have piled up, find money for an apartment and just stay alive.