Josh (Jim Howick), Leon (Samuel Anderson), Ewan (Jonny Sweet) and Watto (Nick Helm) - four lifelong friends and self-confessed 'fist-chewing business children' - have just sold their start-up for $300m. Which is great. Sure. But not without its problems. Because they might've grown up in each other's pockets, but now those pockets are lined with gold and suddenly loyalties are being tested and fault-lines are opening up. Loaded is about male friendship, ambition, greed, the peculiarly British distaste for other people's success, and what happens when you've got £14.5m in the bank but the cash machine has a £300 daily limit. This is how it is to be Loaded - a rollercoaster of pain and mistrust and confusion and guilt and loneliness. A rollercoaster with really comfy seats.