It is 1939. Young socialite woman is decided to outrage her relatives by some unpredictable actions. Mary is volunteering for the war needs. The woman is not going to war. Mary starts working as a teacher to mentally disabled children. Her pupils were evacuated from the capital of UK and most of the countryside schools have been rejected them. They were rejected not only because they have some sort of illness or disabilities, but because the skin color.
Tom is upset when Alastair, his close acquaintance, and an art restorer, recruits to fight against the Germans in Europe. Tom is an education administrator and finds distraction in Mary. Their relationship quickly evolves. But a one-day young woman sees Alastair and a tragic love triangle starts. Meanwhile, the bombs start falling around. Who will die first? Can they survive? They do not now.
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