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Two former best mates reunite after a five-year hiatus in their friendship, heading out for one last night on the town and gradually realizing that they have little in common except for their shared memories. Ron (writer/star Eddie Steeples) and Jake (co-writer/producer/editor/director Ford) used to be best friends, but somewhere along the line they just lost contact. In the five years since they last spoke Ron has became a popular poet on the Manhattan art scene, and Jake has remained the same pot-smoking slacker he's always been. Tomorrow Jake is going to get married, but with one last night for freedom all he wants is to head out and raise some hell with his old best friend Ron. But over the course of the night, it becomes painfully obvious that Ron has evolved and grown as a person while Jake has remained the same as he ever was.