The plot of the play revolves around the (invented by the author) legendary and enigmatic philosopher-psychoanalyst Johann Franz Zoot (whose birth is placed during the Second World War and, in particular, in Josef Mengele’s laboratory). According to the play, Zoot developed the theory of "overreality" (a theory regarding the devising of selves by the humans themselves, which end up replacing their real ones) that won him tens of thousands of fans around the world, who he leads via mail. However, Zoot appears to be a ghost: according to the play, nobody knows whether or not he really existed, if he was indeed a man, a woman, or many people, and if he is still alive.
A woman, C, will visit another woman, Z. The former will argue that the latter one is Zoot; the one who led her husband commit a heinous crime: the murder of their two children and his subsequent suicide. Z will deny this accusation – however, later (during a role-playing game – and even outside it) she will attempt to embrace the role of "Zoot". The play will keep escalating, until everything ends with a gunshot for two.
In his introduction of the play, the author describes it as a "story of demonic possession".