Wrocław has been constantly hailed as the capital of the Polish punk scene and squatt movement, and therefore strongly associated with its famous libertarian, independent potential. However, the spirit keeps changing, like all living things. A strong, emotional connection with the city prevents us from making a fair assessment. The tradition of an alternative, grassroots culture seems to be an ultimate value worth fighting for and a priceless basis for further cultural development, doesn’t it? On the contrary, it might be just another illusionary urban myth. The locality of Wrocław emerges at the intersection of fiction and authentic history. A lack of being designates the picture of this fragmented city. The particular relationships that constitute this bizarre image include some while leaving others outside a unique twist of threads comprehensible only to the chosen ones. Explore it.