Fresh, daring, frequently hilarious and packed with filmic references, Simple Men is a fascinating dissection of the American Dream and a vivid insight into what it means to be a man.
Double-crossed by his girlfriend in a heist gone wrong, Bill vows to seduce and abandon the next woman he encounters. Meanwhile, his brother Dennis is determined to track down their long-lost father, a former sports star alleged to have turned terrorist. Teaming up, the pair leave New York and wind up in a small town where they are forced to face their father’s legacy and their relationships with women. But they’ll soon discover that there’s no such thing as adventure and romance, only trouble and desire.