Self sentenced to the massive and vast jail of the Mojave abandon, Phoenix drives an existence of constrained disengagement, living without anyone else’s input in a house as far away as conceivable from whatever is left of the world. Phoenix does a certain something and one thing just: he burrows openings. Consistently he dives an opening amidst no place and covers something. The last fortification of society remains with the man that much of the time conveys his mail. When one day the conveyance doesn’t occur by the hand of his dependable postal carrier, yet by that of the wonderful and curious Ariel, Phoenix’s life crashes in a heightening that leads him to hazardous results which will be difficult to get away.