Two young men meet by chance in the forest. The younger one, Kevin, rides a bicycle and would like to have more self-confidence. The older one, Benni, rides a motorbike and says you just have to get yourself more respect. Kevin thinks he has found a friend. But his admiration for Benni quickly turns into dependence and this dependence into emotional blackmail.
Addai has gone, disappeared to Syria in order to leave everything behind and serve a greater cause. The mother is left behind, a single parent between self-reproach, grief and despair. She tries to understand Addai's death.
Janek asks his best buddy what he would do if he were surrounded by wolves in the forest at night and one of them suddenly attacked him. And while his buddy is looking for words, Janek gives a simple answer: he would do nothing. He would wait and bleed to death.