"'A young, successful businessman flees a tragic accident and reinvents himself as a Greenwich Village musician until guilt catches up with him, and he decides to give up everything to return and make dramatic restitution for his crimes.'
Genre: Redemption Drama (with a music sub-theme)
We have a 33 year old dreamer who feels trapped in his mundane (but lucrative) career and his impending marriage to his all too perfect fiancé. His well-ordered life is upended when on a dark, rainy night he drives over the curb and into a bus bench. When he sees the body of a homeless man lying near the bench, he panics and finagles his own disappearance, melding into the Greenwich Village music scene. For the first time in his life, he finds himself free to pursue his musical dreams, but through the influences of an eccentric rock singer, a homeless poet, a beautiful dancer (the love of his life), and ironically, his own music he realizes he must sacrifice all in order to right his wrongs and redeem himself.
This is a truly unique drama with deeply drawn characters, intelligent dialogue, comedy lurking behind every tragedy, some original songs (great soundtrack potential), and a multi-layered story. It is presented in a relentless single-point-of-view perspective."