At a late-night Chinese joint in 1997, Steve - a 50-year-old dad with a hunched back and blistered hands - waits for his son Jobe to arrive after a gig with his punk band The Nosebleeds. They each need something life-changing from the other. For Steve, it’s help chasing his dreams. For Jobe it's financial.
Amongst plates of steamed dumplings and sizzling Mongolian beef, Steve and Jobe wrestle with one another's needs and ambitions as parental roles are reversed and expectations inverted.
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