Paul Miller (Paul Rudd – Friends, The Cider House Rules) has struggled as an actor in Hollywood for years, and now he’s had enough. But not just of show business-of life. In two days, he’s going to kill himself. But in true Hollywood style, he’s hired a film crew to chronicle his last moments and the events leading up to them; it’s the role of a lifetime. Often ironic and darkly comical, this is the story of a man searching for meaning and hope. This is the story of two days in the life of Paul Miller. The only question is, will they be his last?
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