Two profane, illuminating, humorously tragic days in the life of an anonymous, young man in the city. Growing up in the suburbs, he hung with the freaks and the geeks. Now older, he's on his own in an urban, pre-programmed society. Guided by a tormented mentor more than twice his age, a young woman he clumsily alienates and the substitute for need which we call "desire," the young man learns more than he cares to in the 48 hours we're allowed to follow him.
After twenty-five years in the cubicle farms, my long-deprived childhood yen for Nature began to burn within me like a breakroom burrito soaked in surplus Starbucks Sriracha and inhaled between conference calls. Searching for sylvan salvation in suburbia, I realized I never really stopped wanting to be the kid in that famous book who ran off to the woods and lived in a big, hollow stump.