The work is entirely composed of archive images and records of objects that are written, one by one, by the camera, creating an imaginary conversation between the artist and the American writer James Baldwin, who lived in Istanbul in the 1960s and 1970s. Safoğlu relates his personal journey to Baldwin’s, whose identity as a gay black man enables the filmmaker to investigate the political dimensions of racism and tolerance, while bringing the popular Turkish and American icons of the time into the conversation, in an unlikely autobiography narrated in third person.