Eight young adults, all career-oriented people who think freely, comfortable life and can go wherever they like, eight days living as citizens of a dictatorship. A society that is the opposite of the world they live in now and they take for granted. No freedom, no rights. Candidates are volunteers anytime itself can step out of the experiment. But when the door closes behind them are the citizens of this society into a dictatorship.
Participants will be given eight days to see no direct sunlight. The windows are sealed and lights occasionally. The clock is constantly rotated. Day and night intertwine. All their luggage will be confiscated. No computer, no cell phone, no personal items. The link with the outside world is completely broken.
A team of two psychologists keep participants closely watched. Joris Bruynincks & Sarah Van Pelt are experts in social psychology and have much experience in the prison system. They observe and explain the behavior of the participants.
Who the full eight days sitting out maybe a chance to win $ 20,000. But the participants do not know what to expect from this social experiment and no one knows how to behave, or what to do to win or lose ...