A salesman that has spent much of his career at the top is about to experience rock bottom. The only way he can salvage what is left of his career is to take a bold move and pitch the ultimate sales proposal to the ultimate customer. There's a catch though, he must do this in Saudi Arabia. A country far from home, far from his family and far outside his comfort zone. As he attempts to do what he needs to once he arrives, he runs into multiple roadblocks (some that he has caused and some that are out of his control). Through this he finds ways to make things happen that aren't exactly within the realm of normalcy. Along the way, he'll find himself dealing with a personal crisis. In the midst of trying to solve both his professional and personal crises, he'll come across someone that just might turn things around. So what happens now? Will he succeed at his sales presentation? Will he find the answers he's been looking for? What will his next move be? All these and more can be answered by watching this tale that borders on the precipice of incredible / insanity... Though there are many poignant moments throughout this film that many can relate with, there are times when it almost feels like there isn't a purpose to what is going on. Don't let that discourage you though, those moments that seem so grudgingly slow have a purpose in the grand scheme. This as a whole is a compelling story, it just lacked in some areas. Fans of Tom Hanks will find a quiet solace in this, fans of deep dramas will fall in love, though if you don't fall into these categories... you might leave wanting more than you came to see.