A Doll's House is a rather popular play by a famous Norwegian writer and playwright Henrik Ibsen. Nora, Torvald Helmer's wife, had to borrow a lot of money for his treatment secretly from him. The husband recovers and is ready to perform his new duties. But Nora has to pay the debt by sacrificing a lot. The situation becomes even more serious, when it turns out that Nora's lender was fired by the director Helmer. Nora finds herself "between two fires"?