Eden is a young woman who became addicted to heroin after smoking a bowl of marijuana that was laced with heroin. Her addiction grew until it destroyed her promising life. For almost nine years now her addiction has consumed her. She has found herself living with a very dangerous dealer and player in the local heroin market. She has been abused,raped, and close to death. “Eden” has given up all hope of anything positive, and almost desires an end to her life just to have some peace.
A single encounter with a young man offers “Eden” an option for
renewal, however, she cannot believe that someone would genuinely
love her, and see her value. For she sees herself as wrecked, broken,
and forgotten. She sees herself as on of “the least of these.”
A fateful night, one that is the result of the absence of the Truth, one
that finds “Eden” close to death, opens the door for a life that she
thought she would never know again.
THE GOLDEN SCRIPT COMPETITION
"The dialogue is broadly excellent; the characters speak convincingly, and their individual voices are clear and distinct, with very good indications of their respective upbringings, experiences, and identities brought forward in their speech patterns and verbal mannerisms. The scenes themselves move well, and the back-and-forth is good, serious when required and playful enough to have an edge that keeps it interesting. "