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An emergency call from a moving car at night alerts the police in Carinthia: "Eisner, BKA Vienna, service number 318-12-58. Need support!" A little later, Lieutenant Colonel Moritz Eisner was seriously injured by a shot in the head and was found motionless behind the wheel of his car in a quarry. When he wakes up in the intensive care unit, he has no idea what happened. Because he suffers from a "retrograde amnesia" which suppresses the traumatic experience itself. A fatal consequence of the gunshot wound. After his discharge from the hospital, he searches in vain in his office for clues about his trip to this weekend vacation. His colleague Bibi Fellner and daughter Claudia cannot help either. Moritz Eisner really wants to find out what happened to him. So he directs the taxi that is to take him home on the instructions of his boss, Ernst Rauter, to Carinthia. The arrival of Eisner, who suffers from speech disorders and dropouts, gets around like wildfire in the place, and not ...