A coming-of-age comedy from the BAFTA nominated comedian, Liam Williams exploring the roots of modern-day masculinity, by delving into the memories of his own misspent adolescence.
Liam is on a date for the first time since his all-too-recent breakup with Jess. With a bit of help from an icebreaker app, everything seems to be going well. But when his date asks Liam about the last time he felt completely happy, he is thrust back into memories of his adolescence.
Liam accepts an invitation to the house of an older woman. The woman and her friends begin to share spooky stories. Liam reveals 'the scariest thing that ever happened to him'.
Liam is wounded after Ross tells him he doesn't want him to be best man at his wedding. Fortunately, he soon meets some charming, if suspiciously well-bred, new friends at work.
At age 33, Liam decides it’s time he learned to drive. Back in noughties Leeds, Ralph is days away from his driving test, and the lads are pinning their hopes on him passing.
Ross asks Liam to record a short ‘congratulations’ message to be played at his wedding. But when Jess is impressed by another guest’s video, his competitive instincts kick in.
It’s Ross’s wedding day. With Liam's ex-girlfriend due to attend as a bridesmaid. But Liam seems suspiciously relaxed under the circumstances.
After an argument with Jess, Liam is nostalgic for the simplicity of first love.
Liam finds himself doing cocaine with a stranger and wonders, was he always so reckless?
Liam starts a fight in a bar and questions where his aggressive behaviour stems from.
Liam attempts a sober Friday night, leading him to reflect on his relationship with booze.
After a bad day at work Liam is forced to finally confront his mental health problems.
Liam is inspired by an old homemade hip-hop track he made with his teenage mates.