Ethan has a house, a fiancee and a steady job driving a forklift. He's also been sober for six months. But the church choir can't compare with Ethan's glory days fronting a band with his sister Mona. When she arrives in their small hometown to commemorate the anniversary of their mother's suicide, Ethan's tenuous grasp on stability is shaken by her promises of one more night in Austin. A lyrical but gritty meditation on familial bonds, the lure of fame, and the haunting power of memory. Directed by Goodman Associate Producer Steve Scott. Written by Lisa Dillman.