What little plot there is here concerns Todd (Bonsignore), a pot-smoking,
chronically tardy orderly at a Kentucky nursing home, who befriends an
Alzheimer's patient (Reilly) who mistakes him for her son. It's a simple-enough
premise, but the story has trouble gathering much momentum, because it's often
interrupted by numbing stretches of vérité-like footage showing (presumably)
real nursing-home residents looking pathetic. Still, as a mood piece and a means
of letting the viewer feel what it's like to be locked up inside one of these
facilities, the film works wonderfully.