A film director from the generation of ’68 decides to intervene in life through his own field. His real concern is to create a whole new production model, a new language, a new understanding of aesthetics, and most important, a new production ethic. So he mortgages his country house. When the director publishes a rapturous manifesto, the house starts to fill up. He tells chosen candidates: “During the selection process, we have looked to see if you have the courage to go after your heart. We are here to enrich life with stories worth telling. You should have a story of your own. If you don’t, then you’ll become the subject of other people’s stories.” Throughout the film, this location will be used as a show arena, a giant stage. Everything that happens on this stage will be shot in a musical harmony and with a documentary flavour.