When perpetual never-do-well, August, hits rock bottom, he breaks into his rich neighbor’s apartment to steal some money. When she turns up badly injured, he panics and hits the road, but he soon realizes he’s being followed by an ominous stranger. Will his bad decisions finally destroy him, or can August find redemption?
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