Completely alone, Mr. Orazio is facing the ultimate challenge of his life. A challenge he cannot possibly beat because the evil that struck him is incurable. When the fight becomes unequal, two strange little girls show up to help. They are too bizarre to be real, so he convinces himself that they are a product of his imagination. They soon become indispensable; he is lost without them. They say strange things, about belonging to his childhood. A past he cannot remember. They say there is only one way of surviving: coming back home. Not the one he believes he was born in, but the other one. Mr. Orazio cannot oppose, he accepts that madness. He joins them towards a past that never existed, chasing a dream. But the place where Lizzi Bizzi and the Red Witch will take him is far too real, and among its many wonders, an insidious threat hides: memories.