This third play in Fritz Kater's Homeland trilogy is the story of a flight, or the story of abduction of a family - a very private family story and at the same time a highly German political story. The play circles around a family trauma; December 31, 1969, New Year's Eve in a hotel in Finland. A staging-post in a flight from West Germany to East Germany. Ernst, the father, is a GDR spy in the Federal Republic. He travels with his family to Finland so as to reveal the situation to his wife, telling Paula that he will take her and their two children - Mirco and Sonja - to the German Democratic Republic. That night she is unfaithful to her husband with the fifth character in the play - a hotel page, a non-realistic theatrical figure whom the author calls superman/thalidomide skinhead/multiple personality.