In an era of complete interconnectedness, the sum of the parts lead to a catastrophic whole. Location no longer matters, disaster can strike anywhere—and on the 11th of November, it hits a luxury hotel on the coast of the pretty town of Heiligendeich. The participants, in combination, seem harmless at first glance. They are: Hagen Seibold (investment banker), Eberhard & Gisela Mustermann (on vacation), Kowalsky (middle class and classless), his girlfriend Olga (sexy), and two priests (Catholic). Only Nora Krüger is special—she's a TV star and has a hotel voucher from her film production. But it won’t benefit her over the course of the events that await her and the others. Because in the middle of the night, a motley crew arrives at the hotel for a late check-in. What follows is the fatal mixture of an unpredictable sum of parts. And because everything is connected to everything, no one can claim that they are not to blame for catastrophe.