She thought that at the far end of the world, in the Yukon, among a community of punks, she would be able to live freely: sleep with whomever she wanted, love whomever she wanted, openly and without shame. But when a shameless woman dishonors herself there is no limit to the punishment she will have to face.
Arriving in Dawson City at the age of eighteen, Sacha and her best friend Tom finally find the family of anarchists and vagabonds they had always dreamt of. They settle on Sixth Avenue in a cabin without electricity or running water, with Luna, their wolf-dog. From summer jobs to idle winters, from sleepless nights to road trips, from lover to lover, joyful years pass in a world that seems limitless. However, when Sacha falls in love with someone else, Tom feels betrayed: Sacha is nothing more than a whore, an opportunist who must be punished. Tom’s bitterness spreads and the village picks his side. Then the pandemic strikes. In quarantine in an isolated cabin, alone with a roommate whose advances she tries to fend off, Sacha counts the days, while the confined citizens of Dawson hold her to trial.