It is present day in Arkham Heights, a seemingly desolate town that has decayed much since the eighties. Renny Meeks (MERK HARBOUR) is a lonely, mentally challenged man with an IQ of 78, who sacks groceries at a small store. He's a simple man, recently released from an institution for a crime he was accused of that rocked the town ten years ago. The crime was caught on camera and became such a debate that it sent the entire town of Arkham Heights into its now desperate state.
As Renny re-integrates himself into the Arkham Heights society, a series of murders on film strangely begin to occur again. Scared, with nowhere and no one to turn to, he finds shelter in Alice (SUSANA GIBB), the check out girl at the grocery store. Alice sees a lot of herself in Renny. She feels compassion for him and tries to help him as she begins to suspect her ex-boyfriend, the ruff and tumble Edward (DAMEON CLARKE), of be responsible for framing Renny with these new series of crimes.
Strong Perfomances, with a Hitchcockian air --Jane Sumner, Dallas Morning News