In one concentration camp there are two prisoners: Hans, a German gay and Benjmin, an old Ortodox Jew. It seems that these two people have nothing in common. However, the extreme conditions of the Nazi camp bring together even such diverse characters. In a process of developing their friendship the two protagonists rediscover their own ‘selves’. Dealing with a heavily loaded issue of Holocaust the performance is conducted lightly and with a subtle sense of humour. It rather breaks than resurrects the trauma of World War 2.