Suffering from a lost, Allen becomes mute, finding himself travelling through memories of when things were good and alive.
At the age of 27, Allen Gosth came face to face with death's untimely manner. It were no better way to understand the passing of his heart, his love Tina. Though they weren't married, Tina Burrell was nothing less than a wife to Allen, the two shared his apartment, working around the clock to make ends meet.
Their perpetual good natured ambience had forged a love so solid that when Tina’s quietus moved into their 4th year common law relationship, everything came crushing down on Allen, badgered by the sentiments of the past that seems to take him deeper into each sigh and reminiscence; death is really an asshole, one that had become reasonable in the thoughts of letting go.
You love someone, you set them free right? Perhaps it won't be unbearably sad anymore. Allen Gosth had one final decision of his own: though still in melancholia, he found himself unhanding, by burying Tina's ashes.