A poetic conversation between a young girl and her deceased great-grandfather. Images from a German town where the great-grandfather was sent to a work camp during the II World War intertwine with a delicate narrative in which the girl writes a letter. The past mixes with the present, and flashes of memory with oblivion. The addressee of the letter, Leo Sokolosky, is the ghost of her great-grandfather’s friend from the camp who, in the girl’s mind, is a mystical link between her world and the one of her great-grandfather. The film is a search for answers to questions about ideals in today’s world and an expression of longing for someone close to you who is no longer around.