The last, unfinished novel of Mirosław Nahacz (1984-2007) takes place in a future, in which fiction created by media has completely superseded reality. Sensational action is combined with the vision of a society, which intoxicated by media messages, becomes passive and prone to manipulation of a government. The performance directed by Krzysztof Garbaczewski (and featuring a shooting star of Polish cinema, Dawid Ogrodnik and famous for playing Marilyn Monroe in Krystian Lupa’s Persona actress Sandra Korzeniak) transfers a dystopian novel of Nahacz to the modern world of digital media and virtual reality. What could have been a pure fantasy a decade ago today becomes a reality. The omnipresent surveillance and control of the network, Internet stars, which fade away as soon as they light up, companies that manipulate information and hackers who steal their data – we live in the future invented by writers. With the help of a virtual reality technology, digital worlds are being created, so real that they can be mistaken for reality. How does this new wonderful world affect a human being and his relationships with other people? How to connect the two sides of a cracked reality?