Jay is the family's black sheep. He never succeeds in doing any work and his love life consists of meaningless one-night stands. One day he bumps into Daisy, a barefoot confused young woman. He quickly realizes that she is an escapee from a closed psychiatric ward but she refuses to return to the ward and instead settles with him. Jay becomes her reluctant mentor in how the world she just observed from the ward really works. In return, she agrees to accompany him and play his girlfriend when Jay's brother is getting married to show that Jay has settled and arranged his life. But along the journey they find that their faked feelings are more than that. Or are they? Barefoot is a romantic comedy beyond the usual gene conventions.