After losing his corporate job, Makoto is broke and increasingly in debt. With no prospects and nowhere to turn, he takes up a suspicious offer.
Makoto begins a hellish training program for new-hires. Unlike the other trainees, he knows this work is illegal, but he’s determined to keep the job.
The elderly are hoarding money, and they’re a cancer on Japan. Hearing this, Makoto throws himself into defrauding seniors, but he feels conflicted.
Pressured into expanding his operation, Kanbe asks Makoto to lead the team. Despite the impossibly high monthly quota, Makoto relishes his new role.
After a dangerous encounter with Yamada, Makoto realizes he's in too deep to quit. His increasingly suspicious mother confronts him.
Harassed by the elderly in her job as a home care worker, a fed up Sachiko decides to support Makoto in his misdeeds and provides him with client data.
Makoto fears a teammate may be connected to the burglaries targeting Sachiko's client list. He decides to call it quits once he meets his quota.
After finding out that Seimiya was involved in the burglaries, Dokugawa accuses Makoto of also being an accomplice.
As the operation crumbles, the team works to destroy all their evidence. The police are closing in, but Makoto tries to act like everything's fine.