Rembrandt, Vincent van Gogh, and Anne Frank, each remarkable people with talents, were scarcely
noted by their contemporaries. Flemish writer Jan van Raemdonck was inspired by a visit to Madame
Tussauds in Amsterdam, where he found the wax sculptures of the three prominent Dutch figures who
at the time were on display in the same room. What would happen if these immortal icons would engage
in a trialogue about life, faith, hope, and despair? This book presents one night at the museum
of such an encounter.