Berlin in the twenties of the 3rd millennium. At the historical film location in Potsdam-Babelsberg, where a hundred years earlier Marlene Dietrich, Ernst Lubitsch, and Billy Wilder began their legendary careers, Annette and her husband David visit the newly opened up Babel's Park.
Outwardly an ostalgic theme park, it turns out that Babel's Park has become a hi-tech hotbed for cybernetic organisms, which Annette's brother Jake creates in the spirit of Frankenstein with his assistant Baby Lon.
What David doesn't suspect: Annette wants to leave her terminally ill body to become immortal as a cyber whore. That was back in 1999. Since then, she has been sacrificing her virtual life lollygagging in cyberspace.
06 - Anal, oral, digital
David is seduced by Baby_Lon in his hotel room, who extracts genetic information from his bodily fluids.
05 - Build me a woman
Jack explains to Annette that his creatures need to have a character of their own, to express feelings like being in a bad mood, being in love, and being happy, because only then can you interact with them.
16 - Inner dialogue
The digitally reborn Annette looks forward to flying with Jack to her childhood home simulated by Bob.
19 - Bloody endings
David is instrumental in reconstructing Jack's genetic fingerprint.
18 -My self is someone else
Bob talks to bankers, journalists, and church officials about biotechnology and cloning.
02 - No time to kill
Annette is mesmerized by cyborg Victo_Ria, who is made of real meat and full of warm electronics under her soft skin.