A double portrait against the images of the past war two veterans of the WWII. Wilfred, a former Wehrmacht soldier, and Alexandra, who had lived on the occupied territory, talk about hatred, fear and death, which failed to destroy these people.
She is 95, he is 92. Like black and white pawns on the chessboard, they watched the match from the middle of it but from the opposite sides, It was not them who had started that slaughter, but they both could die or cause somebody's death at any moment. By pure chance, Wilfred and Alexandra remained alive. However, the war did not spare them. They are going to relive the most terrible years in their destinies, the common traumatic history of the WWII.