Anatol is the prime member of his club scene, and the "dealer of memories," who surrounds himself with a celebrity obsessed entourage. After yet another long night of empty partying, Anatol unwinds at a diner. When a striking blonde in a fuschia gown orders the unusual dinner-at-dawn combination of a greasy cheeseburger and a whole steamed lobster, Anatol's interest is piqued. Anatol and the ever-hungry Lu embark on an affair that is less about love and more about self-image. As these two come together, break apart, and come togther again, a particular question comes to mind: in a culture obsessed with self-promotion, can real love exist?