Relax and Go Limp
Rainbow, an attractive but dissolute alcoholic and Harold, a fearful recluse, are chained inside an old Dodge Charger by a young psychopath and forced to take a cross-country trip to recover money belonging to the Mafia. While fearing for his life, Harold inadvertently resurrects Zeus, his discarded but dynamic alter ego as he relives his checkered past. More
The story began with Harold as a passive, fearful recluse when Jack, a brutal young thug enters his life falsely believing he had taken his money. After pistol-whipping Harold and chaining him in his old Dodge Charger, along with Rainbow, an attractive but dissolute alcoholic, he took them on a murderess trek from Austin to Seattle pursuing his money.
After each harrowing escapade, Harold relived a phase of his life, inadvertently resurrecting Zeus just in time to save their lives. Harold had been an artistic sensitive youth who was misunderstood by his family. After achieving modest success in Hollywood as a hat designer, he met and Married Nola, an up and coming starlet who convinced him to create a more dynamic persona for his public image. As Zeus, with jewelry in his beard he became more assertive and less passive, shy and reticent, but when the marriage failed, he gave up being Zeus and eventually became his invalid parents’ subservient care- giver.
During their horrific ordeal, both Harold and Rainbow overcame their emotional issues and became whole.