Thirty-year-old Luka Williamson is a self-absorbed jerk who has life pretty easy. He lives rent-free in his parents' vacation apartment in Slovenia and writes books full-time. He has no day job, no friends -- and enough family money to not care.

When his nosy parents start renovating the apartment's bathroom, Luka decides to take a vacation from his first-world problems. Generally honked off about the post-pandemic world of 2022, he heads for Plovdiv, Bulgaria. His plans for a solitary drinking binge are upended by a chance meeting with group of well-connected Bulgarians. He's invited to party with them.

He strikes up a casual-sex relationship with Iliana, a spoiled hipster from a powerful local family. She wants to use Luka to get revenge on the mobster ex-boyfriend who dumped her. But when a beat-up homeless child begs for their help, the plan takes an unexpected turn. Over Iliana's objections Luka decides to take the little girl in.

Only then do they learn that ten-year-old Svetlana is the property of the Bulgarian mafia. The child also has a secret that could bring down organized crime in Eastern Europe. The mob will stop at nothing to silence her forever.

Suddenly, the entitled rich kids are running for their lives and forced to go off the grid: no smartphones, credit cards or luxury cars. They must now experience life as homeless migrants, learning survival skills from a child less than half their age. Along the way they gain another young traveling companion - a Ukrainian refugee boy with secrets of his own.

On a mad dash through the Balkans, they must stay one step ahead of corrupt border police and a vengeful gangster. They must risk everything to get Svetlana to safety in Slovenia. But their mission could be doomed to failure unless they learn the hardest lesson of all - the price and importance of caring for someone else.

Warning: The Testimony of Some Poor Little Rich Kids contains profanity as well as depictions of drug and alcohol use.

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