Kitz Harrington lives quietly with his sick mom and works at a low-rent surveillance company. He aspires to become a secret service agent and acquires a digital eye chip, thinking it will help his career. Paranoia and trouble ensue.
Sight Unseen tells the story of somnambulistic Kitz, his dying mom, Demona, his odd, creepy neighbour, Connie and Larry, his funny boss. Kitz, hoping to become a secret service agent, acquires an eye chip, a wearable and apparently permanent camera. Images appear on it that he can't remember taking: trouble, disturbing news and paranoia ensue. Sight Unseen is about the price of looking (away), the ambiguity of waking and dream states and the delicate balance among what we witness, what we want and what we remember.Written by