Noah and his friend Clif are spending a lazy summer watching girls and playing a retro video game from their childhood. Noah’s father, a war vet with post-traumatic stress disorder, lives in a bunker he’s created in the basement. The one thing Noah can count on is his father will tell him to cut his hair. They can’t seem to connect beyond that issue and it doesn’t help that the cops keep stopping Noah when he’s out on his motorcycle. The cops might have a good reason for not liking his father, but it seems unfair that they take it out on Noah. He has a thing for a girl named Jenea, and he also has a feeling something isn’t right at her summer job. He gets the wild idea that she’s been kidnapped, and he can see himself playing the role of hero. But even heroes have fathers and his is going to put a large crimp in Noah’s style.