Aleksandar Zograf, a renowned cartoonist discovers an unusual comic book from World War II. The comic’s hero is Kaktus Kid – a small cactus trapped in his pot. Intrigued, he investigates into the life of Kaktus Kid’s creator – little known artist V. Kockar. Accompanied by 3D animated Kaktus Kid, he soon discovers that Kockar was arrested and executed just after the liberation of Belgrade in 1944. Zograf’s investigation reveals a far more complex story: Kockar’s identity and artistic works were stolen, he possibly has an affair with the girlfriend of a guerilla soldier and he drew anti-communist propaganda for the Nazis. Zograf is faced with his own personal and artistic dilemmas: why do these little drawings have such power to give consolation but also lead to violence even today.