A lonesome stranger, secure, nerves of steel, must track down and kill a rogue Hitman to satisfy an outstanding debt. But the only information he’s been given is a time and location where to find his quarry – 5pm at a rustic diner in the dying town. No name, no description, nothing. When the assassin arrives there are several possible targets, including the county sheriff. Endangering his life, the assassin embarks on a manhunt to find the Hitman and accomplish his mission. But the danger escalates when the erotic encounters with a local woman threaten to derail his task.
The coded note The Virtuoso receives at the start of the film reads:
“Once there was a worn and withered old man too set in his ways, bound by routine to have the fore-sight to understand that in all his seventy-six years he’s always done the same thing, ate the same food, chose the same colors, won the same battles. His life a breathing pentagon: home, work, rest, eat, dream. From age eighteen he’d never questioned his lot. Until, the trinity… and the agony of realization that a life lived can never be re-lived.”