Almost two years after the death of Robin Williams, we're treated to his final on-screen performance in Dito Montiel's drama about a man who has tried to hide the truth about his desires and finally confronts them when he least expects it.
Nolan Mack (Williams) has worked in a bank for more years than he cares to remember and his marriage to his wife Joy (Kathy Baker) is similarly stagnant.
One day, during a drive, Nolan finds himself on a boulevard populated by male hustlers and he is drawn to one young man called Leo (Roberto Aguire).
Something about the beautiful young man ignites a fire within Nolan and the sixty-something husband begins to seek out Leo so they can spend more time together.
The blossoming friendship has a negative impact on Nolan's work and his relationship with Joy, who has tried to ignore her husband's lack of appetite in the bedroom.
However, Nolan draws courage from Leo and vows to help the hustler get off the streets and turn his life around.