In 1970 Robert McLeod, a gifted computer wizard, owns a small Canadian company producing a production system software. Suddenly he has a chance to sell his software to a corporate giant headquartered in Munich, Germany, a sale that could make him a millionaire and propel his company into the Fortune Five Hundred. McLeod travels to Munich, but almost immediately begins to suspect things about his new client that he doesn’t like and tries to ignore. After all, he has his company and the contract to think about.
McLeod is a moral man and as his suspicions deepen, he wrestles with his conscience. To tell what he suspects would cost him the contract and maybe even his life