Anna is like a hijacked vehicle being driven by a reckless driver, taking her for a joyride then abandoning her with an empty tank, no memories, no clues and no dreams to help her navigate her way back to herself. The saying that ‘what we don’t know, can’t hurt us’, is far from accurate. If the truth sets us free, then what do secrets do? Our greatest fear is to lose everything as we reveal the truth, however, secrets only ensure that we lose it all. It is said that you need to lose yourself in order to find yourself. To let go of what is not real about you, so only the real can remain.
Anna's personal journey towards self discovery and uncovering the truth, takes her on a dark and convoluted path, doing the unimaginable, in an attempt to reconcile her splintered identity. Religion and abstinence are replaced by drugs, alcohol, sex and murder as an insatiable feral energy takes her hostage.
What delineates good people from bad people? It is not always clear who is the aggressor and who is the victim.