"I was always alone. With my mother. My mother was always alone. With me. My mother lived for me and destroyed her life. But not mine. Someone else did that."
As a child, Wolf slept during the day and was awake at night. He was only allowed to leave their apartment if he put on a motorcycle helmet, because his mother claimed that he suffered from moonshine disease. When a doctor discovered her lie, she killed herself. Now, as an adult, Wolf lives in seclusion in his apartment, the walls of which are covered with puzzles. One day, a man appears, claiming to be his brother. Freddy has an enigmatic impact on Wolf, a man with no moral compass, and the two men grow closer. Once again, Wolf finds himself in a dangerous struggle for the truth of his own life.
• Raw, murky and turbulent
• An unsettling game of power and manipulation