The confused young veteran of a convoluted war is generously taken in by a host who longs to receive confirmation for his selfless act in director Jon Jost's meditation on the lingering effects of the Iraq War. Jason may be young, but he's seen things that would shake a man twice his age. Having served his country dutifully by fighting in Iraq, the fresh-faced war veteran returns stateside to Portland, Oregon and begins walking the streets in search of a home. Local denizen Chris recognizes the sacrifice that Jason has made for his country, and kindly offers the wandering vet a place to rest his weary body. Trouble arises, however, when Chris demands that Jason adapts to the house rules, and Jason begins to realize that his volatile emotions can no longer be contained. This film is the third installment in a trilogy of experimental features by avant-garde pioneer Jon Jost, about the years of George W. Bush's presidency - following Homecoming but preceding Parable.
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