High school senior Roy Sanders feels he is often at odds with finding fulfillment in his world. When he was a little boy, he dealt with unspoken trauma. Years later in middle school, hardships surfaced due to horrific peer conflicts, perpetuating his hidden turmoil. Now 6'4" and aging into manhood, it seems lately that haunting memories of his past are confronting him, and the triggers take their emotional toll. His continuously strained relationship with his father challenges his self-confidence while his middle school tormentors come back into play to make matters worse. Roy knows he is loved by his friends and family. Loving himself and life is not that simple. How can he cope with the anger he feels built up inside? How is it that he is constantly misunderstood? Will he ever be praised by his father like his two brothers clearly are? He sticks close to his passion for drumming, but it falls short of being enough. Only Siri, a compassionate fellow musician, offers him something special, a too-good-to-be-true connection. She reveals a better way of life taking Roy for a ride down an unsuspected path. Where there is pain, he discovers, there is possibility for healing and for exploring true potential.