Rating is available when the video has been rented.
This feature is not available right now. Please try again later.
Uploaded on Oct 22, 2016
Having twice failed to kill himself, Bruce is now on Plan C when he discovers Sally in his apartment (actually to steal but claiming to be from the gas company).
She refuses to help him commit suicide, but engages him in conversation about why he is unhappy.
They are joined by Sally's partner in crime (Kris) who is cynical about everything (including the idea of happiness) and provides an earthy counterpoint to Sally's philosophical views.
Further complicating the situation, Bruce's ex-fiancé (Marcy) arrives to find out what happened to his money (she's suing him for breach of promise). Although still angry at him, she provides details about Bruce and seems to be jealous of the relationship he's developed with Sally (seen in a battle over Bruce while he's stuck in the freezer).
As various ideas about what happiness really is are explored (and mostly rejected) an idea from an unlikely source begins to change his views. Sally discovers that she wants something more from life, Marcy discovers that Bruce has changed for the better and Kris tries to steal what she can. Characters-- Bruce: male, 30's to 40's; suicidal former market researcher Sally: female, same age as Bruce; thief with a degree in philosophy Kris: female, same age as Sally; thief who doesn't like to think Marcy: female, 30's; Bruce's former fiancé