"Leader of the secret anti-Soviet group of revolutionary communism, Oleg Senin was arrested in 1970, brought to trial and sentenced to the concentration camp. In prison, living in hard conditions, he lost his sight but discovered the value of life with new eyes, those of faith. Once outside the concentration camp, Oleg decided not to become a priest, because under the Soviet regime all orthodox priests had to collaborate with the KGB, but he became an extraordinary preacher. At present he works as an educator for catechists. The story is told by the protagonist in the first person and is documented by exclusive archives’ pictures and completed by sections of fiction, which mark the passages of the protagonist’s conversion creating a great sensation. Russia."