A psychological snapshot of a Manhattan businessman suffering from post-traumatic stress syndrome. During a casual lunch break in the park, a sensory trigger - the sound of a low-flying plane - forces him to relive the events of 9/11. What follows is a struggle between his subconscious, which attempts to push the long-buried trauma to the surface, and his conscious mind, which fights to maintain stability by keeping the disturbing feelings buried. Now that Pandora's box has been opened, can he - should he - close it again?
The edge is closer than you think -