Nick Copeland is an ad man. Correction: was an ad man. He’s been living the pretty-good life, but somewhere under the mountain of bills is buried whatever happiness he had. Desperate, Nick looks for work at a job fair, but instead reconnects with an old college friend who’s in it even deeper.
Rob Johnson has already lost his wife and a high-paying position in a Manhattan law firm. He’s the rock bottom Nick could be, and now with Nick as his mirror, Rob realizes how low he’s sunk. To dig themselves out of this hole, they must also dig up two airtight jars of high-grade heroin long buried under their old college football field and figure out how to make a quick sale. Tarantino meets Mamet in this white-knuckle modern-day morality tale.