Quiet and contemplative, Judas has made a very successful living stealing Macintosh computers from college campuses and then employing them in his technology company. On a sales call to a dance studio one day, Judas sees a dancer named Serra for the first time and immediately falls in love. But his uncertainty with women and slight awkwardness keep getting in the way, despite the fact that the two seem destined to be together. This film features an unconventional narrative that blurs the lines between reality and imagination. Soon we’re introduced to Judas’ best friend Francis and his love interest Serra, who are, like Judas, also portrayed with dual characterizations. Told largely through flashbacks and highlights from the talk show, we begin to piece together the story of Judas.