Water at night

In the middle of the night, Mary breaks into the home of her former lover Kirk. Mary's desire to rekindle a memory of a night they shared together while in college was squelched by his inability to fully recognize her. However, in the dead of the night, what is unearthed, is a secret that Kirk has kept from his wife for many years. Water At Night examines Mary's lack of acknowledgement by the men in her life and the personal ramifications of being nothing more than an object. Mary's incapability to be seen by her father, husband, son, and eventually Kirk has devastating effects as the lights go out.