Poor Judas - he just can't decide what to do with his life.
Everybody expects him to follow in his father's footsteps, but he has too many doubts.
Then one day he meets a man who changes everything. With new hope and a new sense of purpose, Judas leaves his home and his family to follow Jesus.
But for how long can Judas accept the simplicity of Jesus's work?
How soon will his mind return to its former complex ways?
Tortured by increasing doubts, troubled by rivalry within the group, and sensing that time is running short, Judas feels compelled to take action.
What will he do? How will he do it? Why has this man, so anxious to do good, become one of the most notorious people in history?