Babinsky has a gift. A gift from heaven. He aims and shoots like no one else. Taken in by a professional criminal in the orphanage where he grew up, he becomes a contract killer in spite of himself. But beware! He might be a hitman, but he is also a humanist who has made it his job to make his future victims happy before he kills them.
He meticulously carries out his contracts but, with time, his feelings of guilt and discomfort only increase. What meaning should he give to his life? He only knows how to make others happy at the expense of his own happiness.
His relationships, first with an eccentric psychologist, then with one of his future victims, will gradually bring him the gratitude, love, and friendship he longs for. But will this free him or just trap him into another vicious circle?
“To love others, we must first learn to love ourselves…”