Lachlan (Robert Carlyle) is a former Britpop rocker who has settled into a comfortably numb existence in farm country just outside Los Angeles. By day, he works on an organic farm and travels regularly to the city's farmers' markets to sell produce. By night, he retreats to his crummy apartment to record "Flame-Outs," his podcast that recounts the tragic deaths of great musicians. The only spark in his humdrum existence is Beau (Alexia Rasmussen), a lovely struggling actress and amateur chef who frequents the Silver Lake farmers' market. One night, Lachlan gets pulled over for a DUI, a charge that dredges up an old drug charge and threatens him with deportation. Lachlan's only hope of staying in the U.S. is proving that his removal would cause "extreme hardship" to a U.S. citizen, spouse or relative. Lachlan contacts his estranged ex-wife and daughter, raising past demons that he must finally confront.
Starring Robert Carlyle, Alexia Rasmussen, Kathleen Wilhoite
Director Marshall Lewy