Andy is a crime scene cleaner, no, not the one who deals with the bodies, the guy who comes in after him, the one who cleans up the real mess, the bio hazardous waste, the mush. More often than not, Andy's job are at the homes of the lonely types, the people with no friends or family, whom it often takes a while to discover, weeks, months... Andy is good at his job, meticulous. He feels comfortable around the dead, maybe even more so than the living. In this sense, Andy, too, is a loner, and prefers to complete his grim assignments solo. He just works better that way, until one day... Andy is assigned a bathtub job (another lonely type) and arrives on the scene only to have his work constantly interrupted by a young Korean girl next door who possesses a strange fascination for both her decomposed neighbor and Andy's work. She is Lina, and as it turns out she needs Andy's help with something even he can't stomach.