Walking haplessly among the lower-middle class, mediocrity has surpassed Hunter, as his addictions yield a desperate man. Good intentions versus a struggle to survive and provide a better life for his daughter overwhelm better judgement, distorting what is 'right' and what is 'wrong'. Enter 'The Man', a mysterious figure who presents Hunter with a chance for redemption. His quick tongue speaks of perseverance, new opportunities and the importance of honor and sacrifice, seducing Hunter with promises of a better life not only for himself but more importantly his daughter. Hunter is presented with an offer, which if he chooses to accept it will pledge his allegiance to 'The Man' by offering him a sacrifice; a mother. When happiness cannot be obtained by will, it will be granted through divine intervention. What would you choose?