Blaise and Nessa are outsider methadone clients in a residential community that doesn’t offer a simple way out. Every day begins in a long lineup at the little drug store, then it’s way to-entryway asking to cut grass for individuals who simply need them to not exist. At nightfall they push their corroded lawnmower up a precarious slope and crash in a dingy camper at the edge of town. In this hopelessness, Nessa plots an escape, while Blaise waits nearer to backslide, capture, hospitalization, or more awful. Fastened to each other, their getaway dreams are continued a suffocatingly short chain.