Honestly, the only reason I watched this movie was because I saw a music video and was curious wtf was going on with that guy's hair. It was billed as a sports/romance movie, and the pandemic quarantine has me bored enough to watch almost anything.
The movie is about a teenage boy with anorexia who wants to beat a younger boy from another school to a scholarship. The anorexic "hero" of the story doesn't want to go to college. The smaller boy from the other school has been training hard for this scholarship for four years. All of the "hero" character's friends and family celebrate his anorexia, with occasional pathetic attempts at showing concern when he starts fainting and having nosebleeds. No one ever tries to stop him or get him therapy for his anorexia. They never even call it anorexia. When the "hero" goes to the other boy's school to taunt him while he is training, the boy wishes him well and continues his exercise. Classy.
The "romance" comes in the form of a damsel in distress. Her car broke down and will take a few days to fix. She doesn't know anyone or have anywhere to go, and she has no money. So the anorexic teenager and his dad take her home, and let her sleep in the teenager's room. She goes on a date with one of the boy's teachers, he gets upset, and attempts to rape her. She fights him off easily. After finding him sniffing her panties, they go for a walk in the countryside, and she decides to take his virginity so he can go to college with that "experience" behind him. Instead of him assault/raping her, she statutory rapes him. Wow, such romance!
The guy with the feathers in his hair? Just a sad little white boy appropriating Native American culture because he has mommy issues. Mom left him when he was a kid, so he made up a story about her being Native American so he could feel special. The title of the movie comes from his assertion that the anorexic would-be rapist is on a "vision quest" to steal the scholarship from the only character in this film who isn't a piece of crap.