Gaby Winters is desperate. In order to pick up some extra cash, she has agreed to babysit a precocious and smart assed 16 year old girl. But while Gaby is supposedly watching her, the rebellious girl mysteriously vanishes.
Urgently needing to find the defiant girl before the parents come home, Gaby embarks on a wild adventure which leads her on a seemingly endless search, encountering numerous bewildering, amusing and sometimes dangerous characters. We first meet Gaby being video recorded while she is recounting the story of her bizarre evening. As her tale becomes more and more embellished with myriad twisting subplots, it is impossible to determine what is true and what is a figment of Gaby’s fertile imagination. But one thing is clear: her story is one of total chaos and anarchy.
Jennifer Morrison (TV’s House) gives an audacious performance as Gaby, a young woman who yearns for the trust she has so assiduously failed to earn. As her storytelling spins more and more out of control, Gaby seeks to find answers to not only a situation but also a world that seems to have too many questions. Director Kevin Palys has created an original and surprising tale that warns that many layers have to be uncovered before one can seize control of an out-of-control situation.