A hot summer day in Atlanta is the backdrop for the interweaving lives of a famous TV actress, a rock band, a lonely nobody, a young girl and her father. Roland's alcoholic visions push him towards Jen, an ingénue who has run away from home and longs for the singer of the band, Peter. He and bandmate Seymour struggle for the attention of Agnes, a hot young actress on a Vampire TV show, "Southern Gothic," who has a hidden connection to Roland. As the day unfolds a delusional bible salesman (David Carradine) and a pretentious film director (Faye Duawany) become guides in revealing the true nature of these relationships. Through the hallucinations of alchoholism, the bravado of the band's music, the camp of "Southern Gothic," the tenderness of home video flashbacks, and the harsh reality of these people's lives, Last Goodbye is a mosaic of young people struggling to make an emotional connection.