G.T. Benz, a Viet Nam vet and late single man, attempts to adapt to the issues of maturing and forlornness while plagued by a forceful robo-guest. The dullness and aggravations throughout his life are just calmed by a week after week get-together with his old ‘Nam amigos, ex-military pilots such as himself. He blissfully anticipates a guaranteed visit from his long missing little girl, “Tricia,” whom he portrays as “my explanation behind living.” A poor visualization from his specialist offers desperation to his craving to see her at any rate once again. Be that as it may, Tricia, ignorant of G.T’s. condition of wellbeing, continues putting off her visit. In the mean time, a ‘Nam amigo passes on, and the robocalls become increasingly extreme. At the point when a manipulative lady rises up out of G.T’s. past, his life is tossed into tumult and he is headed to a urgent demonstration.