The film is neither a documentary nor a fiction. Paradoxically, it could be defined as a "science-fiction documentary", for it is based on a true story - the death of a village. Cisgne is (was) a small settlement in the Nadiža / Natisone Valleys which, similarly to many other mountain or remote settlements, was left to abandonment and ruin by the economic reasoning of our modern lifestyle. The last inhabitants left Cisgne after the earthquake in 1976. The story is a patchwork of testimonies and memories of the village's daily life and its destiny, with deeply involving and even painful memories awoken by images as persistent as nightmares and almost corroded by the very substance of the memory itself, combined with intuitive reflections on the meaning of time in a village in ruin which may arise in an "outsider", uninfluenced by the life stories of those involved.