Alice, René and Filio, women from three different generations, will meet at a Greek island, led there by coincidences of their personal histories. All three move around a man, in an attempt to define their own limits of freedom and achieve self-awareness.
Alice, a journalist whose career-hunting has led her to solitude. On the island, she will meet and fall in love with Michael.
René, a professor from Sweden, comes to the island to introduce her 7-year-old son to his father, Michael.
Filio is Michael’s mother.
Among them, the male. Victim and victimizer. Hunter and prey.
The play’s heroes carry modern man’s agony and loneliness in them; through their relationships and actions in the scenes that record their behaviour, they either attempt to reconcile with or escape from them.