Strangely, the Jewish religious law permits the trade of a seemingly non-transferrable concept - another person’s place in heaven. What happens when this situation leaves the law books? A highly decorated retired general, in a moment of arrogance in his youth, sold his place in heaven to an army cook for a plate of a spicy omelet. 40 years later, he is dying. His son is now in a race against time to nullify the contract and save his father's soul.