Oliver Czarnetta was walking around a flea market when he found a box with old photos from the 50s, 60s and 70s. They were images that reflect the life of a family in the German Democratic Republic. On the back of some of them appeared certain details. He inspected them meticulously with a magnifying glass and he hung them on a wall, giving them an order.
Cláudio Garrudo, Toshiro Yamaguchi and Oliver Czarnetta bring up, taking this group of photos as a basis, different ideas about the concept of identity.