Julien, a promising screenwriter, passes through a magic door and lives three different variatons of his life, each of which begins with carrying his computer to Dr. Brendan’s Mac Repair. In the first life – through meeting and falling in love with Dr. Eileen Brendan – he joins the communist party and produces maxims and propaganda for the Occupy movement and is shot as a happy husband and family father with the age of thirty-seven. In his second life he misses Dr. Brendan, starts using the typewriter and ends up writing applications and love letters for analphabets in the streets of Guadalayara in Mexico, dying of pneumonia, aged 46. Lastly, he again misses Dr. Brendan, meets an old girlfriend instead, marries her and becomes a long-living respectable journalist for the Wall Street Journal. A cruel fate awaits his wife and savings.