The documentary begins with the fire that signals a new start for the well-known Cypriot painter Andreas Charalambous. The painter’s workshop was areally priceless cultural treasure, with paintings of unique value, theatrical machetes, and hand scripts, infrequent collection of books, precious stones and photographs. Through the interviews with him and the eyes of the persons who closely experienced the destruction and were next to him, we get to know the person and artist Andreas Charalambous. The documentary includes shots from the workshop before the fire, shots from the retrospective exhibition of 35 year work, slides from paintings, unedited material of fire from the television stations with interviews, photographs of the burnt workshop and more. Andreas Charalambous has dedicated himself to the art of Cyprus but also to the cultural and political happenings of our country. This film is a small token of what we can offer as an indication of our appreciation to the artist and what he represents.