Two fighters walk into a bar.
It’s the beginning of a joke, only this is no joke. Cooper understands that as soon as he sees the man dance, sees him drink, watches him rush full tilt towards cliffs when they both know he might not survive the fall. Cooper understands what he’s doing; the booze, the drugs, how he’s dying just to live. Of course he understands it. He was there not so long ago himself.
So now Cooper is faced with a decision. His friends say he should stay far, far away from this man for his own safety and for his sobriety, but his heart tells him to do the opposite. Will Cooper find a path to healing? Or will he be the one who falls?