The Right Wing is the volume that closes the monumental Blinding trilogy. We are in 1989, the fateful dictatorship of Ceausescu experiences its last throes. In the circuses of hunger, long lines of women wait for food that does not arrive, closely watched by Securitate agents. Bucharest is a mausoleum, a city of the dead and at night, of ruins and misery. The young Mircea is torn between the sharp reality and the hallucinated visions of a place that appears at the end of the world, embarking on a wild and mystical dissection of early childhood, on an oneiric journey through the labyrinth of family genealogy, in which everything converges and everything ends, in a plenitude as fleeting as the beat of a butterfly's wings.