In Finland, a small child is waiting for his time to begin. His heart is damaged and he needs major heart surgery. It is a fight against time. The boy’s parents are wandering the corridors of the hospital. The heart is stopped during the surgery operation. In Le Locle, a village in Switzerland that acts as the heart of the watch industry, watches are repaired. The narrow streets of the village carry vital parts to watches and nowadays also parts for human bodies, for example pacemakers. The village is like a big factory line or a time-twisting machine. There, pieces are refined and workers’ hands turn time on and off.