“We need the excuse of a fiction, to stage what we truly are.” (Slavoj Žižek)

In Innenschau [Revisited] we follow an obsessively jealous husband. He is possessed by the idea that his free-spirited wife is coveted by other men and wants to protect her in the name of love. Fuelled by his own sexual frustrations and aggression he enters a dark delusional state, where it becomes impossible to separate truth from lies. As if in a nocturnal odyssey, he travels through the dark recesses of his subconscious and comes to a startling, irreversible discovery …

Innenschau (German): introspection, inward looking observation of your own mental processes.