At several places around the world, we discover a moment in the life of fifteen individual characters. We follow their lives in parallel, looking at situations that sometimes could seem banal or completely surreal, like Lee, the schyzoboy, who is constantly running with a gun pointing at his back that he can't get rid off. Vladimir, a Russian boxing champion, behind his massive figure he turns out to be a poet who paints with his fists. Andrei is paraplegic, he left Moldova to cross the Death Valley in California, alone in his wheelchair. Pete Mitchell, a huge international star who finds himself trapped in a public toilet at the Cannes Film Festival and bogged down in a paranoia crisis triggered by fear of be seen there. We are brought to the border between South Korea and North Korea where we follow the routine of two soldiers who face all day long with contempt but never cross a single word. These stories have one thing in common. Each protagonist has the choice to open a door that will lead to a mysterious place outside of time: the Labyrinth. A bar where Jeff, an old soldier is, talking about the behavior of human beings facing a impassive strange clown .