Indigo

How much suffering can one man take before he becomes more than that of a man? Would he break, or become something more? Told through the first-person perspective of our blind protagonist Louie, his story begins seemingly at every end he’s come to in his life. Growing up in a world he can’t remember, the one he’s living in, along with the rules, keeps changing. Unable to tell the difference between dream and reality, a blind man’s dreams merge his reality. Without her, he falls deep in the eerie and disturbing cracks of life questioning the duality of love and God. Through the guidance of a shape-shifting being, he conquers his demons, leaving him that of the one thing he once feared. When he reaches Purgatory, is that what he once seeks at the end? A modern interpretation of the Divine Comedy.