Two unemployed men are hired to keep chilies in an Athenian house, where an extra room is
being built arbitrarily. Many passers-by, possibly urban planners, IKA inspectors pass by the
street, pretending to be unsuspecting passers-by, in order to arrest the offenders on the spot.
The road is a passage.
The people who will cross it each carry their own dreams, trials,
wounds and hopes, but they are all united by the lime need for warmth that every human
contact promises. During a day and a night, the two unemployed men will be spectators and
actors in the drama and in the lives of their fellow human beings.