Every time we tell a story, we are forced to adopt a certain perspective, which raises the question what "really" happened, and this composition seeks to explore this narrative paradox. The point of departure is an extremely dense musical situation, which will be retold again and again with different constellations of instruments and from different perspectives. In this way, the focus always shifts to the different material employed. Details are placed under the magnifying glass giving them space and a time to unfold. This opens new doors, introduces new formal structures and divorces the individual narrative strands from the original situation.