In a hotel room two men are about to travel to NY,a voyage each is making for a different reason: Rodrigo is seeking entry to a modeling career and a socially recognized position with Antonio, a gossip columnist of power and the illusion of love in the body of Rodrigo. Little by little a ritual that summons up domination, pain, love and tragedy is established in this night of catharsis. The spirits of Eros and Oedipus and the preconceptions that format the social constructs of sexual identities converge. Antonio in his version of transvestite throws himself on the floor at the feet of his beloved. Rodrigo stabs Antonio and death ensues. This is a contemporary fable loosely based on Fyodor Dostoyevsky's "Crime and Punishment". Roseanne is outwardly a perfect and popular teen. However, her image is hiding the abuse at her stepfather's hands, and she decides to take revenge. The events that follow are a mix of dark humor and an exploration of modern morality as Roseanne faces not only a fellow suburbanite who knows, but her own conscience as well.