Paolo (Franco Nero) is dying of cancer. His grandson Max (Jeff DuJardin) is adamant about saving his beloved "Papa" with cryopreservation in hopes that science will allow resurrecting the dead in the near future. Max's mother (Sherilyn Fenn) - an alcoholic, wandering Catholic rises up against this salvation plan.
A documentary crew encounters a mysterious and taciturn woman clad in all black (Moore) during the Rudolph Valentino memorial service at Hollywood Forever Cemetery. They try to reveal the truth behind the legend: was she really the last love of the silent screen idol. Her story takes us back to 1920's.
Max, an attorney for anti-aging companies and a devoted transhumanist, wants to cryogenically freeze his dying grandfather's head, so that he can be reanimated in the future. Max's mother Laura - an alcoholic, wandering Catholic rises up against it. A family crisis breaks out...
Chris was disowned by his father and grew up in orphanages. He has been working as a costume character of Hollywood Superman on the Walk of Fame for 25 years. Haunted by the inner demons of his past, Chris spirals into homelessness and the only straw he can grasp at is his image of a superhero.
After performing at a South Bay comedy club, famous comedian Paul drives to the Golden Gate Bridge to jump off it. On the bridge Paul notices a special telephone for suicide prevention, which says “PUSH FOR HELP”. He decides to give life one last chance.