Iris’s life is way too perfect to be real. She’s always known, but when she finds a box of old pictures in the attic the curtains open onto a stage she could not have imagined.
In a dark crescendo of unexpected turns, Iris seeks her own identity at the boundaries between science fiction and reality.
After walking out of a traumatic past, Iris plays with science at in a cutting edge lab. Iris is innocent but her games are not, and when she comes up with a discovery worth big bucks the chessboard turns into a dangerous ground where no one is worth trusting.
Can you meet again after two hundred years? Science denies the possibility. Iris is a scientist, but when she finds herself in the pages of an antique book her certainties are breached and the boundaries between imagination and reality become dangerously labile.
I am not an object of desire because of who I am, but because there is something I know how to do better than anyone else. I show people their deepest desires, the ones they cannot get themselves to acknowledge.
Hold my hand as we head to hell, I know that’s where you want to be. It will seem so natural to go down that path when you and I walk side by side. My innocence is infinite.
I am the Mediator.
When Professor Arthur Miles finishes his physics lecture on the meaning of time, Iris, his most rebellious student, argues against his definition of time arrow.
Miles sticks to his guns, until the heated conversation with Iris takes an unexpected turn, and he realizes their forgotten connection.
In a surreal travel across time, space and psychedelic dreams, Arthur accompanies Iris in an expedition to find a book and open a door, behind which is the key to changing the destiny of a long fallen royal dynasty. As Iris seeks hints, she patches pieces of her past, defeating hidden fears and discovering her own identity in the process.
Diving in the psyche of the narrating ego, this Sci-Fi thriller explores the boundaries between sanity and madness, the intricacies of family dynamics and the taboos staining human relationships.