The film tells about the inventor of new types of weapons, millionaire Bernard Benson, who sells shares in all his companies and leaves the United States for France, changes his philosophical credo, begins to study oriental culture, and write children's books. B. Benson talks with a journalist (simultaneous translation) at home and on the open terrace of Benson's house. Benson's wife, Maryse, shows the family album to a journalist. Photos from Benson's family album. Military footage: planes are flying; the US floating air base; rocket takes off. Street views of Nice (France); Benson and his wife are walking down a city street. B. Benson talks with his daughters. Young people ride the rides in Nice park. B. Benson shows his book - "The Book of the World", written for children. Fragment of a military parade. B. Benson speaks to reporters at a press conference dedicated to the publication of his book "Alice in the land of money." Rural landscapes; ancient castle in France. B. Benson rides in a car. Journalists talk with the head of the Center for Buddhist Thought and Philosophy in Montmartre, Reverend Sagyal Rimpule (simultaneous translation). Journalists talk with French businessman Mr. Konker (simultaneous translation). Types of streets in Paris. B. Benson talks about himself (simultaneous translation). Seascapes.