Daniel, a young father and artist, finds himself stuck between a rock and a hard place: The precarious situation commonly known as being an unknown artist. Sick of the art industry pretending not to be an industry, he makes a conscious decision to change his outlook from Bohème to businessman by selling survival bug-out bags to a frightened middle class. After all, fear is a growing consumer marked. His startup turns out to be a success, but soon Daniel realizes, that making money doesn’t satisfy his pursuit of meaning in life. – CUT – A Jump to the future ( about 15 years from today) shows the outgrowths of Daniels obsessions. What started as a survival-shop grew into a sociopolitical project with Daniel being on the edge of sanity. And since the anxious expectation of a catastrophe carries with it a silent wish for change, Daniel sets out to make that change happen. A new movement is born, or is it?
With a nice grain of self irony, ENDZEIT searches for the good life within the bad and takes us on a ride through the twists and turns of its protagonist.