Josh, a surfer living a life of withdrawal due to a devastating breakup, has a unique run-in with a stranger who causes him to question the way he lives. Josh begins to wonder whether being a lone wolf is the answer to dealing with his heartache. He makes steps to open up and venture out of his isolated bubble, for fear of ending up lonely and unhappy. However, by letting people in and meeting a new possible love interest, painful memories he's been suppressing are brought to the surface, forcing him to deal with them head-on.
The search for perfection in surfing links with the sense of drive towards self-realization. In many ways surfing speaks to the loner. A surfing man's existence offers an opportunity to attain true being.
It’s been one hell of a year.
I can fix you,Josh. You just have to let me.