A musical cinematographic theatrical extravaganza about the inner “I”. A traveling musician’s life is told, shown and played through his own eyes. The film covers a period of one year in the artist’s life as he jumps from one place to another, from big concert halls to sketchy jazz clubs, from Canadian highways to narrow streets of Italy, from Urban New York to Swedish countryside, from the Middle Eastern burning sun to Moscow’s lead sky. Tasting different foods and cultures, meeting all sorts of musicians, eccentric people and animals, the artist experiences life on the road to the fullest. Yet gradually he discovers that he is not completely alone on this journey… The musician is in live interaction with his alter ego on the screen: arguing with him, joking with him and even playing with him.
Wherever you go, whatever you do – you hear a voice in your head. A voice that laughs both with you and at you. A voice that cheers you up when you’re down and then puts you down when you screw up (and does so with pleasure). The voice that lectures you, teases you, scolds you and compliments you. The voice you can never get rid of. (And if you know several languages, it will annoy you in all of them.) The voice that can be your best friend and your worst enemy. This performance is about the relationship of each one of us with this voice.