A young Native girl’s identity struggle is reveled in the lyric of a beautiful song – her friend must find her, but he’s afraid - some would rather die than spend another day in the greatest country on Earth.
Two old college friends, both failed artists, reconnect for a weekend writers' retreat. But their last attempt to do something creative with their lives falls apart as old regrets, insecurity, and unfinished romantic business rear their ugly heads.
Over 120,000 Americans wait on the ever-growing organ transplant list for a chance of a normal life. Tim McCabe is one of these people and this is his story. Tim's dream is simple: he wants the chance to see his children grow up, and be a loving father and husband. However, his string of rare auto-immune diseases have completely shut down his kidney function, and like thousands of Americans, he survives on dialysis, his body becoming weaker by the day. He fights on and with the support of his family, he gathers hope that one day he will defy the odds and receive a kidney that will save his life.
During a chance encounter in the park, two struggling souls tackle life's biggest questions by examining what is truly valuable in today's fast-paced world. Through one woman's uplifting personal story, Rebeck and director Mary-Pat Green impart wisdom about change, the future, and what makes something worthy of the time we have left.