In the wake of an overseas atrocity, Michael, the press-secretary of a dystopic regime is forced to double down on the cover-up. As tensions rise, he begins to question how he ended up in this position, and how his passivity slowly morphed into complicity
In Middle America, a cave-in has resulted in the death of Tony, a seventeen year old. Two weeks following his disappearance, Jamie, Tony's lover, goes in to retrieve the boys body. Accompanied by Mitch - a capable outdoorsman - they attempt to discover the best way to properly mourn, while moving through public and private displays of grief.
When David is approached by God to go on a quest, he refuses at first, citing his duty as a family man. However, when his daughter becomes ill, David finds himself spurred to complete God's mission. When he returns, he discovers that God's promises may have been empty, causing him to reflect on the type of man who abandons his family just because a deity told him to.