"You are an affect on the next who is the effect on the next and on the next". Ryan (Christopher Shepardson), explores his internal contradictions in order to avoid personal anarchy. He explores the core of "self" and unlocks parts in himself that impose fear by analyzing his thoughts. Along this radical examination of all the characters that make up Ryan, he discovers that he is the most detrimental. Will he choose his original forfeiture of life, or emerge in a new understanding of his purpose? As a sole human being, he admits his faults and turns the mirror to the world. The character, beyond images that translate to multiple personalities of the 'I', guides us through a one-person narrative of a man who sinks in his misery deeper and deeper just to come back to surface. All efforts combined, he acknowledges that this action is only to grasp for air to then sink again.
For those who scream. For those who dream.
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