Hollywood, it is 1926. Rudolph Valentino, the Hollywood noiseless screen symbol and first sex image, is at the stature of his profession, advancing his most recent film “Child of The Sheik” inNew York. At the lodging room after the debut, Valentino, deserted by his significant other and companions, all of a sudden crumples in an attack of sharp stomach torment. In a healing facility, he experiences the surgery for burst addendum and falls into a condition of unconsciousness. Meandering in the profundities of his subliminal quality, he watches his own life as a film anticipated on the screen of a discharge strange motion picture royal residence – a mystical gateway amongst life and endlessness, amongst reality and figment.