Club promoter Robert Schlag, aka "Beat," lives a life of excess; the bodies of two girls are discovered in his club and a mysterious stranger wants to get to know him; the police put pressure on Beat.
The European Secret Service is convinced that the new co-owner of the club belonging to Beat's best friend Paul is a dangerous man with close ties to organized crime; to protect Paul, Beat finally agrees to work with the Secret Service.
Beat tries to win Vossberg's trust; the two men are worlds apart, but Beats is able to get close to Vossberg; he soon comes across the first clues that point to Vossberg's criminal actions.
Beat gets caught in the crossfire when another undercover officer in Philipp Vossberg's circle gets busted; Vossberg's system of organized crime turns out to be a cynical cycle of violence and exploitation.
After they get involved in a deadly shooting, Beat seems to have ultimately won Vossberg's trust; Beat breaks with Emilia and the Secret Service; all by himself, Beat investigates and discovers a scene of gruesome crimes.
Beat lives in constant fear that Vossberg will eliminate him; when he realizes that he can't hide any longer, he takes a chance and confronts Vossberg directly -- but Vossberg has a special punishment in mind for Beat.
Beat has lost everything, but Vossberg was able to erase all traces of his criminal actions; Beat is determined to make sure justice is served, but when he confronts Vossberg Beat is in for a cruel surprise.