After graduating, Jonathan felt like a swan, glided casually atop the water. Then someone pulled the plug and he found himself spiralling down the holes. That's until he meets Thomas, a kindred spirit which may be able to help him. But will Jonathan accept?
The lens of the camera is shallow. It sees colour and shape. It gives the illusion of motion in two dimensions. It draws the light from the dark. In that space between lens and subject, between picture and reality, lies solitude.
Jonah lived in that solitude, content within its embrace.
Kevin has always had turbulence in his life, but things when suddenly go from bad to worse and he has no where to turn, he sets off to return to the one place where he was able to build good memories in his young life.