Patryk breaks into a cottage in a small town. The court’s sentence orders him to work in a hospice in Puck, where he meets an extraordinary Fr. Jan Kaczkowski. The clergyman engages young boys from the vocational school, seemingly tough rebels, in helping the terminally ill. In his work, he focuses on closeness, tenderness and the fight for relationships with other people. He teaches empathy. And he does it with a wholesale amount of humor, which is gaining immense popularity. Soon after, Jan becomes a patient of his hospice himself. Patryk is put in a situation that will change his whole life.