Simon Gully, another enfant terrible of the contemporary art world, sits in a hotel room with a gun in his hand, recording his final tape. His latest artwork, Union Jack, has fired up a media storm after it was mentioned in the suicide note of a Pakistani teenage girl. His supporters say the work is deeply satirical; his detractors claim it is sincere extremist propaganda. Simon sifts through the conversations, documents and memories on the path of his downfall. But has Simon got a secret agenda? Has he got any agenda at all? Who, if anyone, is misinterpreting the work?