Jonathon is a loner. One evening he finds a young lady is hiding around in his basement. Shockingly, because of a slip, the lady winds up dead. Jonathon, instead of reporting it, is cheerful to have some organization, and does his best to deal with the decaying body.
In view of a genuine story, the film takes after Jonathon’s (Rob Zabrecky) isolated OCD way of life; he cleans an apparently relinquished amusement park, he is gone by and looked after by his neighbor (Jackie Hoffman), and he keeps up a strict routine of an adjusted eating regimen, consistent activity, and an every day dose of psychiatric medication. The presentation of these aspects sways from awkward article to natural improvement. In the opening credits, the film pleasantly complexities Jonathon’s clinical conduct against shots of water sprinkling on petals to pass on this contrast between the mechanical and the natural (the petals thought on a more noteworthy importance later in the account).