We all have our private fears. We each have our individual weaknesses.
And we all have lines we like to tell ourselves we would never cross.
But what if our fears are brought to life against our will?
What if our weaknesses become the only place in which we can discover our secret strengths? And what if the lines we say we will never cross are crossed from the other side, by someone or something that means us harm?
Only then will we know true fear. Only then will we learn that weakness does not mean helplessness. And only then will we cross whatever line we must in order to survive . . .