Succumbing to stereotypes about an obedient Caucasian woman, Adadza is considered to be the lowest in the family hierarchy. Her opinions are not taken into account neither by her father, who forces her to pour "inappropriate" perfume into the kitchen sink and forbids her to grow out long hair, nor by her brother Dakko, who sees her as a mother-figure and does not give her personal space even at night, crawling into her bed. Milana Aguzarova's character does not openly show emotions, tries not to contradict anyone and for a long time viewers can observe only a detached smile on her face. Kovalenko very delicately describes Adadza's interaction with all male representatives. At first glance, it may actually seem that such a life and attitude are usual for Adadza and do not cause her any exceptional inconveniences. However, as the plot develops and new details are interwoven, it becomes obvious that she is suffocating in domestic unfreedom. It is during the dazzling scene of the school disco, to the sound of The Stars Are Shining in the Sky ("В небе звёзды горят") by Hassan Abubakarov, when Adadza breaks into a piercing and hysterical howl in her older brother's shoulder, the viewer finally understands − everything is worse than it seemed.