This short, live action/animated documentary (using computer 2-D cut-out elements) explores the relationship between Vas - a high-functioning autistic man - and his older sister Christine, who will one day be his official guardian, as they travel about their hometown of Toronto, Canada.
Through a series of interconnected conversations on love, family, humour, art, desire and destiny, the film unearths Vas' unique perception of the world and how he copes with the "realities" within and outside of him.
At the heart of the story is a sister's attempt to crack the enigma that is her brother as she forges a way for their shared future.
"warm and funny... spare, beautiful and full"
Eileen Garvin, author of How to be a Sister: A Love Story with a Twist of Autism.