Mark Hogankampe is an ordinary guy who volunteered for the Second World War. Having miraculously come home from the battlefield, he can not retreat from depression for a long time because of what he saw in the war. His faithful wife helps him and facilitates his life with his care and care. Once Mark returned from work as usual, when suddenly he was attacked, robbed and severely beaten. Marche enters the hospital with serious complications, and doctors attribute a diagnosis of severe mental damage to his already weak nervous system.
Doctors recommend Marche to do puppet theater, which Mark reluctantly agrees. Starting slowly to master the puppet world, Marche fully joins this interesting business. He begins to build a large-scale global project in which he wants to portray his life. Having built a large puppet city in the backyard, Macro begins to embroider and make dolls himself, someone will be his father, someone close friend, and someone is an enemy, someone is an outsider soldier. Thus, in his mini-world he decides to create all the characters as he always saw them.