It all starts with the fact that the correspondent of the "Moscow journal" Pasha, nicknamed Chewbacca, is sent to Serpukhov to write the next conjuncture of the article, but this time he decides to write the TRUTH.
In the company of two friends, breaking all the canons of journalism, like a young Hunter Thompson Pasha plunges into the world of drive-through parties, drug intoxication and absolute hopelessness of Serpukhov (or any other town, forgotten by God and the authorities) ... criminal stories from the life of the city, Pasha suddenly realizes that the most terrible thing is when the “Serpukhs” sprout from a person in the soul and take root there.
Fear and disgust in Serpukhov is an echo of the passing era of the 2000s, the time of lost opportunities and freedoms. Fear and disgust in Serpukhov is a journey along the broken path of human destinies and back streets of the Russian soul, which is sometimes impossible to understand ...
Tough satire, playing with the genre and grotesque images in the spirit of Thompson's texts is transformed into an epic epic of what remains of our descendants and how we have disposed of it.