Now a brand new MTV sequence, from acclaimed director and government manufacturer Doug Liman (“Mr. and Mrs. Smith, “Swingers,” “Go,” “The Bourne Identity”)
Jason Strider is a twentysomething younger guy with an English measure from an Ivy League collage, a really small house in manhattan, a vapid activity as a receptionist at a casting agency—and no specific proposal what to do along with his existence. On so much evenings he will get stoned and is going out, occasionally together with his long-time ally and wingman Tina and occasionally by myself, if to not get laid then no less than to get hammered sufficient to truly remorse it tomorrow and be past due for work.
Then one evening Jason has athletic, appliance-assisted sex with a lovable woman named Jane—and finally ends up lending her his favourite Dickies denims. Many unanswered e-mails and textual content messages later, he's lowered to the plaint “I simply wish my pants back.” How he does, in a most unforeseen approach, locate these pants and the way he's compelled to stand his immaturity—and mortality—are on the middle of this clever, raunchily comedian and deeply affecting novel.