Walter Faber, an engineer working for Unesco, is a pragmatic-minded character with no existential doubt. In a world dominated by the law of probabilities, Faber lives at the service of a technology according to which only the tangible, what can be calculated, exists. A plane crash, a loving relationship that drags an old guilt and other unforeseen events introduce Faber's sense of pain into Faber's mindset. Chance and fate eventually take him to a beach in Greece, where, in an ironic twist with echoes of Greek tragedy, Faber abandons his blindness and recognizes a terrible dark reality.
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