Director Rohit Nahata crafts this deeply introspective drama about a twenty-five aspiring doctor whose perception of life is profoundly changed when he discovers that he has Stage IV melanoma and will likely die in the very near future. Ben had just returned to Louisville following a year in Egypt when he was diagnosed with the most deadly form of skin cancer imaginable. Told by doctors that his chances of survival are slim to none, Ben becomes distraught that he has little to show for his time on earth and vows to use his final days to make a real difference in the lives of his three best friends. Ben's friends are well on the road to success, but are they truly happy with the directions their lives have taken? When Ben realizes that they may long for more out of life but not know how to best pursue their dreams, he vows to provide them with the tools to build a happier and more fulfilling future. But when his friends prove unreceptive to the plan, Ben begins to feel as if he's risking his health to accomplish a goal that's just unrealistic. Should he be spending his last days with the woman he loves and the parents who long to be with their son while they still can, or will his friends realize that he's offering them the most sincere gift a person can give?