There was Dædalus who was the one of the wisest men that he learned the secrets of the gods. Once upon a time he built for a king af Minos an amazing Labyrinth that anyone couldn't find his way without a magic hint. One day he rested, watching the sea-gulls in the air he thought that he could make wings. He gathered the fur and plumage of birds and he fastened these together with thread, moulded them in with wax, and so fashioned two great wings like those of a bird. One day these wings were ready for using and Dædalus started to teach the boy whose name was Icarus. He told him some rules of using the wings, but the boy didn't listen him. Since several days, Dædalus thought that the boy was ready to experience his invention... What happened next?