In 1931 a famous painter, Marc Chagall, makes his trip to Palestine. He travels the land extensively and becomes fascinated by its beauty and energy. While on the trip, he is constantly making sketches wherever he goes. Upon his return to Paris, he uses these sketches to produce some of the most intriguing and insightful arts he has ever created. However, one sketch with a strange inscription on the bottom that reads “Dancing Violin” was never used for any of his works. During his chaotic departure from France in 1941, this enigmatic sketch is lost. Thirty years later, David, a young American scientific genius, presents his revolutionary holographic simulator to the scientific community. The simulator can dynamically improvise and project a sequence of 3D holograms in motion, representing the events related to the analyzed image. These two seemingly unrelated episodes get intertwined in our story with the uncanny outcome; the story where real historical characters, events, and science are mixed with fiction and sci-fi to create an exciting and thought-provoking experience.
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