The scandalous journalist Dimo and his wife Kalina separate, and their separation seems quite peaceful and amicable at first. Dimo starts a new life, free of responsibilities and full of distractions. He only wants to keep seeing his son Bobby, whom he loves very much, but Kalina has been hurt and turns the child against him. Bobby develops the Parental Alienation Syndrome and starts despising his father. Dimo is shocked by his ex-wife’s behavior and throws himself into a desperate battle over his son, while being denied access to him for months on end. He comes face to face with the absurdities of a biased court, the clumsiness of the social services, and with public opinion, which takes the side of the mother by default. The battle between his parents makes Bobby angry with everyone and everything, and he starts misbehaving at school. Would Bobby be able to overcome the trauma?