Steve is haunted by his past as every object in his home, every sound he hears reminds him of a specific event in his life. Steve connects the events of his life to discover how he ended up alone and broken. As he relives each significant memory, he understands the generational issues that have held him captive like his father before him. Can he move past the pain and forgive his trespassers, and more importantly, forgive himself?
a different kind of love story . . .
Did You Know?
's classic one-act play "Krapp's Last Tape," first performed on October 28, 1958, has a similar premise and probably was an inspiration for the screenplay. See more
Not Who We Were
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