Journalist Pierre Peters is not, as he thought he would be, attending the press conference at which the cabinet is to announce ist resignation. Rather, he finds himself assigned to interview the famous television actor Katja Schuurman at her home in place of a colleague who has taken ill. Instead of reporting on world news, the much-travelled political correspondent must now endure tabloid fare. The actor, in turn, has had her fill of male interviewers and their journalistic interests. She knows the chance is slim that she will be able to speak her own personal truth. Their dispute about what is „truth“ and what is „story“ touches the core of their very existence. Accordingly, their tactics are unfair and unscrupulous.