We must recognize all people for whom they truly are and not for the characters they pretend to be—a motion picture mogul learns that everyone in his life, including his Emmy-nominated wife, are out to gain more than his multimillionaire estate can buy.
Motion-picture mogul Parrish Clovis learns that everyone is in his life by design—including Hana Kafka, his wife. In just a few short hours, Parrish’s affluent life takes a downward plunge into a seedy world that lands him on the front page of every newspaper in America. He’s been accused of the unthinkable. One problem, though—he can’t remember brutally assaulting and raping his wife. In order for Hana and a crew of out-of-work actors to drain Parrish’s multimillion-dollar estate, they must first set the stage for Parrish to murder his sister by tricking him into thinking he’s really going to kill the woman he was forced to hate: Hana.
Parrish, however, discovers the con. He throws an ingenious twist in the script that will either win him an Oscar...or get him a closed-casket funeral.