Jack's young. He lives his life how he wants to, puts off everything like exams to the last minute to go to parties and sleep around. He blocks out his parents fighting, the threat of being evicted and his family becoming homeless, his strange mood swings and his acute drug problem. If you asked him how he was, he would always tell you he was happy as Larry. But really, he was lonely, vulnerable, and scared. Mark lives an extravagant life. His parents were multi-millionaires, who sent him to the best boarding school money could buy. He was popular, smart, funny, high grades and had everything going for him in life, and was also known for being a bit of a lady killer. But there was something missing in his life, some kind of void that couldn't be filled by any girl, any good grade, or any car. When Jack is told he only has one more chance at a new school in America, will he make the most of his opportunity? Or will he throw it away?