There's more than one way to shoot yourself in Hollywood. Alternately hilarious and horrifying, Overnight chronicles one man's misadventures of making a Hollywood movie.It starts out as a rags to riches story as Troy Duffy, a Boston-bred bartender, sells his first screenplay for The Boondock Saints. The deal includes a directing gig for Duffy, a soundtrack gig for his band and at one point there's even an offer to purchase the bar he works at. Duffy uses his newfound good fortune as fuel to mistreat his associates, friends and even his own brother.With his overwhelming arrogance he burns every bridge possible in both the music and film industries. Soon his calls go unreturned, the studio drops the film and the picture ends up going into production with half the original budget. Duffy's rise, and subsequent fall from Hollywood grace is something you won't believe unless you see it for yourself.