I generally am eager to catch wind of another film from executive Matt Riddlehoover. He never disillusions and dependably has an intriguing film for us. This time he goes up against a person who apparently has the ideal life yet is not content with it.
Gerald (Jacob York), is a semi-alcoholic, thirty-something, trust-support infant, who gets up each morning in some kind of agony. He’s attempted everything restoratively that he can consider, including needle therapy and reflexology. At the point when he’s alluded to a flighty diamond setter (Kathy Cash), much to the shame of his down to earth accomplice, Charles (Jonathan Everett), Gerald soon finds he’s in for a ton more than retail treatment.