The story of this piece originates from the Bible, more precisely from the Gospel of Matthew where Judas’ suicide is mentioned as a matter-of-fact account: ‘And he (Judas) cast down the pieces of silver in the temple, and departed, and went and hanged himself’ (Matthew 27:5). Judas gained his infamy from his betrayal of Christ to the Romans for 30 pieces of silver. In the Garden of Gethsemane Judas exclaims ‘Rabbi’ at the sight of Christ and kisses him on the cheek, identifying him to the Romans and leading to his arrest. The action of the piece takes place nowadays in the modern world of globalization, where people do not care about each other, where egocentric position is a part of everyday life and moral values are just an empty sound. This atmosphere of indifference is so overwhelming in the society that a person (Judas) experiencing remorse, compunction, frustration and guilt after his action of betrayal so deep that committed a suicide, is not a reason to interrupt people’s everyday routine. We see people collecting 30 pieces of silver that Judas gained from his betrayal, we see those who make pictures of his dead body and posting those on social networks, we see kids who make fun of the situation and parents who continue talking and walking regardless Judas death. The question left for the viewers is to decide what is a bigger sin- to betray and sacrifice life to fulfill repentance or feel total indifference all the life through?