Probably there isn't a person in the world that hasn't heard of Robert Louis Stevenson. His books are loved by both children and adults. One of the writer's most unusual works is "The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde". Mr. Utterson, a kind and serious lawyer learns a shocking story. Once a man hurt a little girl in a busy street of London. Under the pressure of the crowd the criminal agreed to pay compensation to the child's family. He went inside a dark windowless building and returned with a cheque signed by Dr. Jekyll, Mr. Utterson's good friend. What can possibly connect this well-known respected man and this offender? The lawyer is determined to search for the evil man and solve this riddle. But when he finally finds him, the story takes an unexpected turn.