Swan Lake is one of the best-known classical ballets of all times: the swan-ladies in white tutu have become the emblems of classical ballet. But what is in the depth of the story (the lake)? The vision of a tortured soul, Tchaikovsky about the longing to escape, solitude and love, death, dream and reality. The despaired search for freedom about a man in crisis, a surreal tale about the deepest realms of the soul, about which we can only speak using symbols. The swan is a passage between this world and the other-world in several mythologies; a being adventuring in the dimensions of reality; and a symbol of spiritual clear sightedness, wisdom and faithful love at the same time. The figures of enchanted swan-ladies who regain turn into human from midnight to dawn appear also in various places. In our story, a young man quite of this world meets the birds travelling between dimensions, and everything that had meant his life turn upside down immediately.