John Callahan from the movie "Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot" tried alcohol at thirteen. He liked it, and the hero did not part with the bottle. So the life of the rake was going on: drinking, hangouts, vague memories, a new portion in the morning to get drunk, and in a circle. John could have been drunk and degraded to a very old age, until he had planted the liver, but the forced changes occurred earlier. Callahan falls into an accident and is partially paralyzed. He is able to manage the wheelchair with difficulty, although otherwise dependent on others.
John begins to visit a group of anonymous alcoholics and tries to quit with the resulting habit of such consequences. It is difficult to adapt to the new reality, and here it is not far from despair.
Despite the difficulties, Callahan finds true friends, relies on the support of his beloved and reveals the talent of the cartoonist. The event, which, according to all the laws of fate, was to put a cross on John, on the contrary, was a turning point with a plus sign.