Inside a gigantic, intricate labyrinth from which there seems to be no chance of escape, the Minotaur waits. He’s locked in this dark tunnel because of Minos, who struggled with his brothers for the right to rule.
In the darkness that surrounds him, Hanoch remembers how nervous he was as he traveled to Bethlehem, passing Israeli checkpoints, happy to finally have a chance to enjoy his friend’s hospitality. But not everyone at the party is like Basam, and an undertone of resentment bubbles to the surface. Suddenly the sirens of the Palestinian Police are heard. Basam hurriedly grabs his friend and shoves him into a pitch black basement, warning him to be quiet.