Artur Pałyga – playwright and Paweł Passini – director examine the figure of Judas from many sides. The point of departure were different variants of the Biblical story. The account which is most commonly remembered is the story of Mathew the Apostle who wrote that Judas returned shekles to the priests and then hanged himself. Peter in Acts of the Apostles writes that Judas did not return any money but bought land for it and then died in an accident. On the other hand, one of the Church fathers, Papias claims that Judas got so fat that he could not fit into even those spaces through which a cart would freely pass. Why do we have so many different versions?