Morgan comes home after a tragic accident in a bikers race leaves him paraplegic, binding him to wheelchair use for the rest of his life. He tries to stay positive, not letting the accident end his life, but deep-rooted feelings of uselessness make him rather wish he were dead. Rolling out for beer, he meets Dean, and the two strike up a friendship that quickly develops into a romantic connection. Morgan wants to participate in the biking race in the handicap category, more so because of his competitive nature than to prove his ability. Everyone is against it, even Dean, leading to differences between the two. Finally, he realizes that he's at fault and makes peace with himself.
Ronnie / edited by statmanjeff
Sometimes you have to dare to dream.
Did You Know?
The urn that Jack has his mother's ashes in looks very similar to the art piece that Ken gave to Dylan in Aker's film "Phoenix". See more
When Morgan first moves onto his sofa from his locked wheelchair, the wheelchair is aimed at an angle toward the sofa, but once he's on the sofa, his chair sits parallel to it. See more
Look, why don't you just skip to the part where you tell me you're straight or not interested?
What if I'm neither?
Written by Marc Plotkin & Benjamin Jacobs
Performed by Miles See more