Olga Hepnarová, aged 22, climbed behind the wheel of a truck and went in a group of 25 people of which eight have died. This event marked the beginning of the end for a solitary existence. Still unhappy childhood victim of negligence in a dysfunctional family, unable to create social bonds, Olga tried to commit suicide for the first time 13 years after which he was admitted to a psychiatric hospital. He had affairs with young women of the same age without having a stable relationship. Suffering from chronic anxiety and depression, Olga decided one day that they can not bear to live. Convicted of crimes committed in 1975, Olga becomes the last woman executed in Czechoslovakia.