Ruban and Basblin are brothers, robbing a hardware store. Ruban is the mastermind behind the operation, while Basblin is his silent sidekick. As they make their getaway, it becomes clear that Basblin is mentally impaired and relies on Ruban to take care of him. The robbery goes wrong and the brothers are forced to flee the city. They hit the road, looking for a place to lay low until the heat dies down. Along the way, Ruban begins to realize that Basblin’s childlike innocence and simplicity have given him a wisdom that Ruban lacks. Ruban becomes fascinated by Basblin’s ability to see the world in a more positive light, and begins his own journey of reconnecting with his inner child. As the brothers journey deeper into the country, they encounter a series of eccentric characters who challenge their preconceptions and help Ruban confront the pain of his past. Despite the dangers they face, Ruban and Basblin’s bond grows stronger as they travel, and Ruban begins to see Basblin as a role model for how to stay connected to his playful inner child. In the end, the brothers are changed men. Ruban has learned to let go of his tough-guy persona and embrace his vulnerability, while Basblin has shown him the importance of embracing his inner child. They return to the city with a much wiser intention for their lives. However, the long arm of the law is still after them and has different ideas about their futures.