Renowned motivational lecturer Patrick Spencer refuses to pay a ransom for his only daughter, Diana. Diana is not forgiving her life just because of the strange friendship that arises between her and a mercenary. Patrick is known for the slogan “I’m not guilty and I do not care”. His book with the same title earns him a lot of money and thousands of fans who worship him. When the kidnapper Johnny realizes he sells drugs to Patrick Diana’s daughter, he has an idea. She kidnaps Diana with the help of a heroin-haunted henna with a good heart and wants a ransom. But Johnny underestimates Patrick’s philosophy. In this black comedy, amazing friendships are born, and egoism goes so far that there is no going back. Is not Patrick right? Does it ultimately mean that everyone is not only interested in themselves?