Siras spends half of his life in prison, not being guilty of what he is accused, a false sentence, that is only recognized after years of his imprisonment. In his captivity, he starts to accept the idea of his guilt and fate. Released into freedom, he is haunted by the incomprehension and incredulity of this new judgment, and doubts its truth. He eludes a society from which he has alienated and in a life at night, spending his days to build a cage within his home to be locked away from the rest of the world.