The cities change at night, they become captivating, especially when they are decorated for Christmas.
The film opens with shots from the main avenue of Piraeus where the lens is captured by the avalanche of artificial lights from the street lamps and the lights from the cars that cross the decorated streets.
We are immediately after the New Year's celebrations of 1972 and the-then-mayor of Piraeus Aristidis Skylitsis organizes a Christmas feast which the filmmaker records with his lens. We watch the lighted up Santa Claus, a blooming-of-neon Piraeus, the Virgin Mary standing above the baby Jesus surrounded by Byzantine decoration along the Avenue and raised garlands of light just before we reach the Nativity scene of Jesus on Epirus Street.
The film closes with panoramic shots of the large Nativity scene of Jesus and its rich decoration, which is still remembered by those who had visited it. We see the three Magi (also referred to as the Three Wise Men or Three Kings) with the gifts, camels and lambs, horses and worshipers who went to praise the birth of Jesus, Joseph with Mary and the star that stands up high.