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Laraine has been on a downward spiral since the loss of her five-year old son Isaac to an asthma attack. Consumed by guilt she fears that she is to blame for his death, and struggling to cope with her grief she isolates herself in the apartment they shared to begin the process of packing Isaac's things. But she can't bring herself to part with the one toy Isaac loved most and soon begins to believe that his spirit is haunting her in a very unusual way.