When Vicki gets a role in Daniel′s new theatre production, she thinks she has gotten the chance of her life. Little does she know this is only the beginning of repeated abuse by Daniel as part of his artistic process. When she turns to the people around her for support, she finds that everyone else seems to think her abuse is beneficial to her. Feeling like the only mad person in sunny, peaceful Singapore, she decides to take matters into her own hands. A wicked horror satire on power, art, and trauma, the film explores the hidden violence we live with in order to build a community.
Born in Singapore and a graduate of the California Institute of the Arts, writer and filmmaker Hui Daniel is a founder of acclaimed independent film collective 13 Little Pictures. His films include The Bracelet (2007), Dreams of Youth (2009), Eclipses (2011), Animal Spirits (2013) and Snakeskin (2014).