After sixteen years at sea, Gulliver returns home and closes himself up in his room. He refuses to see other humans and engages in conversation with two horses that he bought, contemplating the nature of humankind. At the end of five years of isolation, he has a conversation with his wife for the first time, wherein which he tells her his story. In his poetic work, Tzvi Sahar wanders into imaginary landscapes. Using the puppet-cinema technique, he creates a lively dialogue onstage and wanders between the personal consciousness landscapes of the mythological figure and the collective consciousness of present-day society. The audience simultaneously experiences the protagonist who, with his wounded soul, recollects his adventures, and his sculptured recollections take shape and disintegrate by means of a live video shooting.