Marcel is an average man. He blends into a crowd. You see him everyday but never notice him. Without talent to boast or money to burn, he’s the sort of person who doesn’t deserve your attention. In fact, he’s so average that he’s invisible – the perfect disguise for a crime.
He left work early without permission, now he’s a fugitive running from anything that resembles ‘average life’. But a man can’t outrun his conscience. He can’t hide from his past. Mothers know their sons. Lovers know their lovers. Somewhere in the back of Marcel’s mind, he knows there’ll be a price to pay.