Where does an individual begin – and where does an individual end? How are we responsible for each other? The individual I is alone and looking back on the life lived. Something, or someone, is lost. I starts to speak. Then comes the OTHERS. They interrupt, provoke and comment, they listen and comfort, they confide and accuse. The conversation is brutal and conflict-filled, but also heartfelt and caring. What is the truth and what is a lie? Who is to blame, who needs help, who is obligated to help? And who are the OTHERS, really? The cacophony of their voices destroys the picture and turns reality upside down. The play is about looking beyond one’s own world, and about the fact that I and the OTHERS may look more like each other than we want to see.