Love is complicated sometimes. For Ming, a young gay man, it's more than just sometimes. After an argument over his sexuality, Ming's mother takes her life which not only creates emotional turmoil but also leaves Ming homeless. To escape, Ming starts to party and use drugs which his older boyfriend can't cope with. From here, End of Love takes us on a roller-coaster ride of emotions, showing us reliance on others can make one feel safe but can also be dangerous. End of Love takes us on the journey of Ming's harsh self discovery and the "tug of war" between loving others and being loved.