In a dark and dank basement suite, lives a lonely man named Boris. Agoraphobic and a drunk, Boris is alone during the onset of a mental illness, schizophrenia. We are with him throughout three intense stages of his mental breakdown. During stage one, Boris is mad with prevalent widespread paranoia. We watch him suffer into a cerebral second stage during the crack of his psyche. Livid with fixed false beliefs, Boris' tattered memories are almost tactile. He wrestles with himself, on the brink a self implosion, we find him in a downward spiral losing control fast. Stage three is the incurable onslaught of inappropriate deterioration. With beautiful stark imagery coupled with an atmospheric Moby soundtrack, Boris is the journey through the physicality of a mentally broken man. We watch Boris unfold. The man goes back and forth from his perceived reality to utter insanity, as he tries to escape his own mind.