A Dutch-Israeli family comes together to mourn for Ira, who recently passed away. They discover that Ira wrote a book in which he tells about his life and about the murder he has committed on the traitor of his hidden family. When the war broke out Ira lived abroad and he only found his younger brother David back.
The family members all have their problems. Why does David never want to go back to the Netherlands and why does his wife? How does their daughter camp with the loss of her man at a young age and does their son manage to amend the grandchildren? And is Ira's confession actually correct?