During a heart transplant operation, as he struggles between life and death, Amos Klein returns to significant landmarks over the course of his life. These correspond with key moments in Israeli history.
His journey is a reflection of moral corruption, of militarism and indoctrination. The film is an allegory to the loss of innocence and compassion; it carries a powerful universal message regarding issues such as patriotism and individuality.
While providing a historic and cultural context, the distinct visual language allows for emotional insight into complex issues; As an animated documentary, the film utilizes techniques unique to the medium, incorporating stylized drawn animation with live-action and archive footage.