The film applies an unconventional narrative. It presents a subjective world through 47 scenes. The small events, interlaced by associations, express the irrational coherence of our surroundings. The surreal situations are based on the interactions of humans and nature. The differences between human and animal diminish, everyone is doing their jobs and leaving traces. Every small movement affects another, building an unpredictable, irrational system. The fox, with it's attempt to describe the material world, the rules of tiny particles that secretly determine our everyday life, sets another world in motion. We wander further and further through the dissolving joints of society and the visceral and transcendental distress of the individual, the dull perplexity of the beings stuck on the face of the planet, to the Milky Way in the fortune-teller's crystal and it's cosmic scales. After peeking into 47 scenes told with humor, compassion, and curiosity, we fall back to the forest, from which we were spying the same universe in the form of a star-spotted sky.