A fun-loving Latino theater director lives his remaining days to the fullest as he suffers from AIDS.
A tale about a man named Moe, a fun-loving Latino who is living his remaining days to the fullest as he suffers from AIDS. The story unfolds over the course of two nights in two distinct worlds: Moe's reality and Moe's imagination. In his reality, he finds his life has deteriorated to an I-V drip, an oxygen tank, and disposable diapers. In his mind, he is guided through a fantastic journey of endless possibilities by his torch-song-singing confidante and alter-ego, Lupe. With death fast-approaching, Moe summons his closest friends to celebrate one last night. Through the course of this fateful final evening, Moe embarks on a wild and nostalgic fantasy of secrets, lies, and ultimately, the truth. Written by Evelina Fernandez and Evan Cholfin