JT Blackburn is a hard-working man, with a wife, a son, and a mortgage. That is, until he shows up to his job and finds the factory doors closed. He is left with few options for providing for his wife and young son. At a crossroads, he must decide on the best course of action for him and his family.
And then it all goes to hell. JT loses his sole reason for living. Racked by feelings of guilt and grief, the working class man from Troy, Ohio loses his own soul. Blackburn goes on a murder filled quest to avenge the loss of his child, and morphs into a psychopath in the process. Blaming the society that does not provide for its citizens, this controversial look at modern society, questions the belief in the American dream.