Dennis is not too different from you and me, other than his inability to say no to those little synaptic flashes that catch in his brain. Dennis's switch has been flipped, he isn't able to kill the engine. He acts upon impulses we have all had- For Dennis sees himself only dimly, as though reflected only in part, and will come to know himself clearly, face to face with the venomous monstrosity truly shining back in the glass. Dennis is driven by a sense of inadequacy and self-loathing, instilled in him first by his mother, and then by his failures with every woman who has tried to replace her. Though he has been given an opportunity to reclaim the masculinity, his troubled past and incomprehensible urges, will boil over into a homicidal frenzy when he is forced to kill a man in self-defense. His carefully crafted facade will decay, leaving only the vulnerable truth. We are going to follow his descent and decomposing mental state, and trace the dark pathways that lead to the root causes of evil."