William has cystic fibrosis and is struggling to live life to the fullest, choosing to spend his time shopping for coffins. After his friend Bobby dies, William finds himself in a lawyer's office trying to understand the ludicrous conditions Bobby put in his will. William is committed to driving Bobby's ashes to a healing shrine in Mexico. Along for the ride is Bobby's sister Hannah and a home-built car unlikely to go the distance. William and Hannah form a relationship along the Pacific Highway as William struggles with his declining health and the pair fight the obstacles in the path to a miracle.
Life is not about how you die, but how you live
Did You Know?
Max Theiriot plays the lead in this film, a young man with Cystic Fibrosis. In Bates Motel he plays opposite Olivia Cooke, whom plays a young girl with Cystic Fibrobis. See more
As Will and Hannah cross into Washington State, we see that they are on a two-lane road; and when the Mustang breaks down, they are on a very back road with no center line markings. If Will really wanted to drive right through and get to Mexico as quickly as possible, he would take BC 99 to the US border, cross at the Peace Arch crossing, and continue south, staying on Interstate 5. See more
You know, William, while I enjoy these visits of yours, it occurs to me that a young man such as yourself should be out shopping for cars, not coffins.
Through, Through, Through
By Joel Plaskett
(playing when Will and Hannah switch seats while driving) See more