Comedy,Drama   United States of America

As Peter Latang returns to his hometown of Warwick, Rhode Island, he finds himself in need of some assistance from his childhood friend, Donald Treebeck. Initially looking for a quick favor, the situation quickly evolves into something much more than Peter bargained for.

Donald, who still resides in Warwick and has never left their working-class neighborhood, eagerly offers to help Peter. However, as they embark on a van ride together, Peter realizes that Donald's eccentric and peculiar personality hasn't changed since their childhood.

As they journey deeper into the heart of Warwick, Peter is forced to confront the memories and experiences of his past that he had long tried to forget. The van ride becomes a nostalgic trip down memory lane, gradually revealing the dynamics of their long-lost friendship.

Throughout the ride, Donald's overwhelming enthusiasm for their shared history begins to cause tension between the two friends. Peter must navigate the intricacies of their complicated relationship while balancing his reacquaintance with the people and places of his youth.

The movie delves into the themes of loss, nostalgia, and the complexities of friendship. It explores the sometimes uncomfortable reality of returning to one's roots and confronting the choices made along the way. As the journey continues, Peter and Donald's interactions reveal the effects of time and distance on their friendship, as well as the influence their shared past has had on their individual identities.

In their quest to complete Peter's original favor, the van ride becomes a cathartic and transformative experience for both characters. It offers them an opportunity to confront their shared history, confront their personal regrets, and discover a renewed appreciation for the bonds they once shared.

Donald Cried provides a heartfelt exploration of the intricacies of friendship, the profound impacts of our past, and the ways in which we can find redemption and closure in unexpected places.
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