October 1415. The French troops meet the English army on a field in Azincourt. During this time, six feet below ground, a group of soldiers bogged down in a crevasse, goes through its own Battle of Azincourt. A battle as immobile as it is absurd and pointless. A battle for power, opposing the arrogance of the Armagnacs, the treachery of the Bourguignons and a few lost English soldiers. A battle for survival that could well end like the real Battle of Azincourt: in a bitter and memorable defeat.