A new tenant moves in with a stranger. Once he is in, they cannot leave. With nothing to do but get to know one another, their conversations become a darkly funny commentary on the toxic nature of the male psyche. The gravity of their collective pasts holds them there as surely as a locked door. As reality outside of their little black box begins to blur and distort, this encounter becomes a dangerous commentary on the toxic nature of the male psyche. A darkly funny, introspective and brutal look under our skin. "I wanted to be on my own. I want to be on my own. And yet, here you are."