Irish drama from the director and writer of the award-winning 'Adam and Paul' (2004). Josie (Pat Shortt) works in a petrol station on the outskirts of a small town in the west of Ireland. He leads a quiet and lonely life but is relentlessly optimistic. When his boss hires a teenager, David (Conor Ryan), to work at the petrol station with Josie, the two become friends. Josie is soon joining David and his friends drinking beer by the railway tracks and enjoying a somewhat delayed adolescence. David even gives Josie the courage to ask out the local shopkeeper, Carmel (Anne-Marie Duff). Unfortunately, Josie's new sense of belonging rests on a knife-edge and one thoughtless moment turns his uneventful life upside down.