In two hours he is to be executed. Adolf Eichmann sentenced to death by the state of Israel in 1962. During his last hours he receives a visit in his cell from the judge who judged him guilty of crimes against humanity. He has been sentenced, but refuses his personal guilt, and the judge visits him on the last night in order to try and understand…how an ordinary man can be responsible for millions of deaths? In a fierce nocturnal conversation about right and wrong, guilt and innocence, everything is turned upside down. This is a psychological war of nerves in the darkest corners of the human mind. It is a portrait of a man, who feels neither guilt nor hatred, but who is in uncanny resemblance to the rest of us. This tense psychological narrative is Adam Price’s first drama for the stage after his television success Borgen.