Born into an unfair age of wealthy individualism, Jensen must attempt to navigate the debilitating disillusionment experienced by most young men, while balancing a morbid occupation, an awkward parental arrangement, and the temptations of liquor and love. A chance encounter with an artist brings slim hope for change in the form of a kindred spirit and a fresh set of eyes to view the world through. But what use is art if not viewed with an objective mind? What use is labor without thought? And how does one evaluate the existence of love? With both a weight on his shoulders and in his pockets he must mediate the great battle between the postmodern zeitgeist and his own mind. Read more→