"The Plot", a project created in a span of three years by Serbian Nemanja Nikolic, consists of 5000 drawings that have been turned into a sound film by frame-by-frame animation. Inspired by Western films made during the Cold War, the drawings are made on maps and book pages related to theorical reflections on socialism in former Yugoslavia, where Hollywood movies and Coca Cola were part of daily life. Referring to the language of surreal film, the story follows a woman and a man who meet in their dreams. Together they try to avoid the coming cataclysm which often changes its form from war catastrophes (bombs, planes, explosions) to natural ones (big waves, fires, earthquake). After waking up from their nightmares, heroes discover that they were trapped in the TV screens, doomed to endless watching of the film within the film within the film.