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A boss learns the hard way what his work colleagues really think of him, a wife summons the courage to plan her escape from her abusive husband, a man's fate is sealed within a Brooklyn tenement housing bathroom, things go awry when a girl tries to save her friend from a downward spiral and two lovers plan their escape with disastrous consequences.
Watch this pack if: you like watching marginalised people in dire circumstances, you enjoy emotional roller-coasters, think you know the meaning of “noire” or believe loneliness can be a very dangerous thing.
Contents: God's Country (19), Anxiety #5 (6), Walking the Fenceline (14), Bill's Leaving (11), Rusted Pyre (14)
On the eve of his going away party, disgraced executive Bill goes into the men’s room to kill himself, but before he can do the deed a stream of his subordinates file in exchanging stories about him, each worse than the next.
In an abandoned car on the outskirts of town, 15 year old and straight laced Ginny watches Sally burn herself with a cigarette. She tries to save her from the downward spiral, but things go awry when she discovers how far lost Sally already is to the abyss and must get out before she gets caught ...