Michael Killigan's journey back to America after three years living in the African Bush as a volunteer in the Peace Corps. Michael safely arrives home on a private jet and greets his family and friends with a smile, but the unease he feels in his stomach is caused by more than the malaria he contracted living in the bush. Traveling across the city Michael is inundated with American excess from sprawling four lane highways, sexual themed advertising, vulgar Americans and his fiancé's obsession with her pampered prize puppies. The overwhelming experience makes Micheal sick to more than his stomach. He arrives at an Italian restaurant for an All-American steak dinner where Michael begins his distant into madness. Where in the end the audience is left wondering who is really crazy.
Topler, Chris 'Topler'
One doesn't travel abroad necessarily to see new countries, but in order to return to one's own and see it with fresh eyes.