Max Brenner has been working at Playhouse Cinemas for longer than he'd care to admit. He's in a stable relationship and is currently tinkering with his long-gestating passion project - a short film whose subject has escaped him - but his employment at the theatre, and the frustration it has caused him, remain a constant. Working alongside him is Gunner Dawson, a naive, optimistic man whose heart is reeling from a nasty divorce, but who will nevertheless not be discouraged. Max's relationship with his former best friend Chas - a once-promising child actor whose future vanished into a haze of pot smoke - is also at a crossroads. And then there's Emilie: the mysterious girl he keeps seeing on the subway during his daily commute. Over the course of ten episodes, these four interrelated characters will search for love, purpose and connection all set against the backdrop of an L.A. you don't often see in films or television. It's also a changing city: film has moved to digital and although ...