The focus of the film is a young man of twenty-two years old Zack, who spent most of his life in a special clinic for people suffering from Down syndrome. Despite his severe illness, the young man from the early years of metal about a sports career. Zak wanted to become a professional wrestler with all his heart and life in the clinic, where he was taken care of around the clock, was a young man who felt strong and healthy as a burden. In the end, Zak's head came with a brilliant idea to escape from the hospital and, independently, whatever it cost him, to find the way to his dream, namely to the wrestling school located Salt Lake City.
The idea with the escape was a success. He was able to be free and the wind of freedom carried him forward, towards his dream. By chance, on the way to Zack was a runaway prisoner named Tyler, to whom freedom was also needed as air. Thirty-two-year-old Tyler, ironically turned out to be a former wrestling wrestler and learning about Zak's treasured dream, met on the road, decided to help the guy reach her.
The further way they continued together, as the well-known heroes of the work of Mark Twain. They cleverly disguised themselves from their pursuers, looking in passing at roadside cafes, fishing with their own hands, talking about God, and Tyler at the same time taught his unintentional companion to become a loyal friend to the wrestling profession. But on their trail soon came out Eleanor who worked in the hospital from where Zak escaped. She is a young, energetic, intelligent and self-assured woman, she wrote a thesis in the field of social security and was sure that the decisions made in Zack's relations were correct. But, after communicating with him and his friend Tyler, she changed her mind. Ultimately, Eleanor made the only right decision. She joined the fugitives and the path to Zak's dream was continued by the three of them.