Could you ever really trust a stranger?
Sinead, a feisty and damaged young woman, struggles to navigate life in London without the support of her family and friends.
Her personal life is a mess but when her new landlord, Elliot, a seemingly decent and ordinary man, offers her friendship Sinead is grateful for the attention.
But as Sinead becomes more alienated from her family and friends, the relationship with her landlord takes a sinister turn.
What exactly are Elliot’s intentions?
And can Sinead overcome her inner demons and escape the malignant friendship that threatens her freedom and sanity?
After gaining a Drama degree, RJ Lindsey experimented with stand up comedy before dedicating himself to screenplays and filmmaking. Having written and directed the award winning debut feature Deadpan Valentine, he was looking forward to making another film. Somehow he filled out the wrong application form and became a trainee teacher instead. Then he temped in universities whilst drafting far too many unsolicited scripts. Eventually his wise writer wife persuaded him to try a novel. And now he’s hooked.