An autistic man loses both parents to COVID. Now that he’s alone, he decides to go out into a world that scares him and meets a blind woman that opens his eyes to what life has to offer.



After being forbidden from seeing them at the hospital, Frank loses his parents to COVID. Hoping to find a human connection, he visits a petting zoo, where he meets Daisy, a blind woman with dreams of sailing solo. Frank’s autism and sensitivity to noise cause him to abandon Daisy, who finds herself lost in Boston, reminding her of when her adoptive parents abandoned her. Immersing himself into the world of the blind, Frank experiences how the blind rely on their other senses through activities such as fencing and begins to face his own fears.