This film portrays the final days of Johannes De Boer 'Hans', a Dutch ex-patriot who found his home in the American hippie movement from his beginnings in an orphanage under Nazi occupation. The story begins with a seven minute documentary presentation of his early life, including footage from the Nazi invasion with an interview by writer, Danny Litowitz. The story shifts to present-time with Hans receiving a diagnosis of terminal cancer. Secluded in his rustic mountain home, conflict develops both internally and externally as he questions the choices he had made, having taken a road less traveled, valuing freedom above all else. In the end, his life-long battle against 'the institutions' resolves through creative expression and recognizing the beauty in all things less than perfect.