Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
Their lives having drifted substantially off course, two longtime friends decide to ditch New York City and set out on the road to nowhere in this soul-searching drama from director Joe Leonard. Reckless banker Andrew (Aaron Stanford) spends most of his time boozing and chain smoking, rarely pondering anything deeper than his next deal or drink. His best friend Jake (Jacob Fishel) may look like he has it together, though the sad fact is that he, too, is completely frustrated. A failed author who now covers women's basketball for the sports pages, Jake still carries a torch for his temperamental ex-girlfriend (Nicole Vicius). One year after September 11, 2001, Andrew and Jake are still trying to figure out where it all went wrong. One night, after bullying his pal into a cab headed to Philadelphia, Andrew offers the driver $200 and Jake's shoes to get them out of the city. With that, their journey has begun. But nobody said that this trip was going to be easy, and later, when Andrew and Jake break down in the middle of nowhere, the real motivation for the trip emerges. As Andrew and Jake will soon discover, sometimes finding your true destination requires getting a little lost.
bank-personnel, friendship, lost, road-trip, soul-searching, writer