The internationally acclaimed hungarian director Árpád Schilling his play Autonomy evolves around one family. Through its narrative, moreover, we witness how the social and national history is unfolding as well. The director and the actors investigate the general topic of autonomy, its meaning in our everyday lives. Are we really autonomous when we are free? How is this freedom dependent on our historical or personal past? Could it be that the only possible way to survive is grounded in lies?