The film is about life in a Serbian enclave in North Kosovo - a predominantly Albanian territory that proclaimed itself independent in 2008. It depicts an explosive situation in which people hate one another and fall in their own trap. A population united by one tragedy: one of civilian victims of war and propaganda who fear Albanian retaliation. Through the portrayal of the inhabitants of this singular place, the film narrates the fear of the other. Enclave makes an assessment: one of a Europe more and more torn apart by identity crisis and religious conflicts.