Dominique was seven when her father was murdered. Her mother, encouraged by the church community, was mindful not to mention the details of the murder, blaming an intruder who invaded their home in the middle of the night.
Dominique’s past has become a recurring nightmare that she fights in the privacy of her bedroom. Seeking to find answers regarding the nightmares, issues of intimacy and trust, she turns to a “dream interpreter,” Dr. Westlene Adashay. After sessions with Dr. Adashay, Dominique confronts her mother as she tries to interpret her shaded memories.
Brenda is unable to overlook her own nightmares and memories and she is filled with guilt, fear and anger. Now Brenda must tell her daughter the heart-wrenching details of her father’s murder.