It is America’s Sunday-the day that millions gather to watch the Superbowl. From militant Pittsburg fan Joe to football pacifist Esther and pom-pom baring airhead Janelle Sterns floating somewhere in between, track two characters as they make their way through this special day responding unknowingly to the invitation to the game.
A stranger, evidently an executive type, walks into a barber shop. A Southern barber makes conversation and cuts the man's hair. Who is the real person in the story? And who is the one who still can’t seem to find the person reflected in the barber shop mirror?
A pastor of an unresponsive church with the best of his life behind him and little to show for it, Reverend Bob spends his week preparing yet another sermon that will not be heard. Does a life of failed good intentions necessitate a sentence of isolation and futility?