Angel Adamson is a promising football prospect whose career is cut short after a career ending injury. He moves to New York City and after landing a restaurant job, he falls in with the wrong crowd, and witnesses a murder. He then moves to the UK, enrolls at LSE and befriends Julian and Ines. But, it is the impressionable Prof. Luiz that convinces Angel to work as a speechwriter on the Brexit trail. He rekindles his relationship with Ines and soon lands in Paris.An unexpected relationship blooms, but the built up trauma in his life causes Angel to commit suicide. A sports hack learns of Angel’s story, and decides to write a semi-fictional novel. But, reliving Angel’s life proves an uneasy task, and suddenly art and reality become indistinguishable.
Jeremy Rafuse, a citizen of the Red River Métis Nation, was born in Toronto and grew up in Winnipeg and later Saskatoon. He studied philosophy in Montreal, and is currently a PhD candidate at Université Paris 8.He was a Screenplay Official Selection nominee at the Beverly Hills Film Festival three times, and was a Quarter-Finalist at the Zoetrope Screenplay Contest. He currently lives in Paris.