“The Germans are non-Germans. Non-Germans are the first People in history to give up trying to define themselves in terms of nationality. Non-Germans have access to a special Raum. Non-Germans wake up in bed every morning feeling like an Alka-Seltzer that has been dropped into a glass of water. The Germans don’t exist.”

During their travel through Europe, three people reaches the city Dresden in Germany; the city American and British air forces bombed to pieces for two days in 1945. They try to understand why the Germans are so preoccupied with their past. Playing neo-Nazis they meet a Nietzsche-talking deer and make big plans for a Nazi theme park in Las Vegas. They open the ‘shaft’ into the national mind of the Germans. A national mind that, compared to the Danish, contains the darkest of evil.