Steve Chong (played by Stanley Wong) is a failure. Every time he screws up he writes it down on a note card and pins it up on his wall. It’s not long before his failures run floor to ceiling. The final card is placed when he gets fired by his own cousin and ruins his best and last chance with Alice, his dream girl from work, by turning down her offer to cheer him up with a wild weekend out at a remote lake house. As he covers the last bare patch on his entire wall of failure, he realizes that his life is over and it is time to die.
But first, he calls up his three estranged friends and invites them out to his family’s lake house for one final weekend of relaxation and intoxication. John is wrestling with the idea that he’ll have to shave off his infamous beard in order to get a job, Tom is busy juggling all the women in his life, and Chris is struggling to get over the girl that Tom stole away from him long ago. Despite their differences, the four estranged friends meet at Steve’s apartment and head out to the lake-house and go on a drinking rampage as they stumble across Steve’s dark secrets. When the girls that Steve turned down earlier show up, chaos breaks loose and no one can predict exactly what Steve has planned.
Steve Chong Finds Out That Suicide Is a Bad Idea Trailer
More about Stanley Wong
The film stars Stanley Wong, who has worked on major feature films in various positions from electrician, to assistant editor, to being in front of the camera. He directed various short films that have gone on to win awards and makes
Internet videos for his youtube channel that has over two million views attached to it. If you keep your eyes
peeled you can see him playing the token Asian character in 21 Jump Street (2012), Pitch Perfect (2012), and Now You See Me (2013). He currently lives in Los Angeles struggling to pay rent.