In the summer of 1940, Franz Leis, a film technician, sets out to drive from Berlin to Paris. He is working on the epic film directed by Adolf Hitler, which is later to become known as The Second World War.
In the course of his journey, he discovers that he is subject to more than one reality and his sense of certainty falls away. His destination is not what he imagined it to be.
Moving from Berlin in 1940 to Crete in 1945, this surreal story explores the nature of reality among the fractured monoliths of war and history.