STAYNew York-based psychiatrist and therapist Sam takes on a fascinating new case: an accident on Brooklyn Bridge has left art student Henry Lethem suffering from amnesia. Moreover, this sensitive and ambitious young man has taken to making bizarre predictions that, gradually and inexplicably, are beginning to come to pass.
One day, Henry tells his therapist that he intends to end his life on the dot of midnight on his 21st birthday in three days time. Determined to prevent Henry from going through with his plan, Sam starts making some inquiries among Henrys acquaintances and comes across the name of an artist named Tristan Réveur, whom Henry appears to idolize. Sams girlfriend Lila, who Sam once prevented from committing suicide, is familiar with the artists personal history. As an 18-year-old, Réveur once announced his intention to take his own life in New York on his 21st birthday, in three years time. Before carrying out his intentions, he burned all his paintings and left a note which read: an elegant suicide is the greatest masterpiece of all.
The more Sam delves into Henrys confusing life, the more he begins to lose sight of his own. Sams grip on things deteriorates to such an extent that his beautiful girlfriend Lila begins to worry about him in earnest. Time is running out fast when Sam makes a shocking discovery that concerns not only his patient Henry, but more importantly, himself and Lila, too.