When I look at myself in the mirror, I see a tree.
Walter is rich, gay and lives a dissolute life. Walter is a serial killer who attracts naive young men into his home, and then he kills them. Luca is a student. Young, handsome and in love. Luca is the first of Walter’s victims. He had gone on a date, had entered his home, to be tortured and murdered. All of this had occurred in the seventh node. But there’s another life, another time, another node. The eighth node. In the eighth node, none of this took place. Luca had never gone on that date. He’s still alive, and Walter didn’t become an assassin. Not yet, at least. Somebody wants this to happen. They’re prepared to undertake any necessary action, even the unthinkable, to make it happen. They want to force Walter to kill Luca. In this sick game, the roles can switch around; the victim can become a murderer, no one is innocent. A breathtaking thriller, without respite, that will surprise you. An unusual love story that goes above and beyond the laws of time and space.