Boy, this is an odd one. A psychological mystery thriller, this film is about a woman still grieving after the death of her son 14 months later, only for everyone around her to tell her that she never had a son and that she is delusional. Refusing to believe this, she sets out on a quest to prove she's not crazy, and to figure out why there seems to be a conspiracy out there telling her things she refuses to believe are true.
This film is a real head trip, and it has a very Twilight Zone or X Files vibe to it. This film has some neat ideas going on, but ultimately it feels really half-assed, and the way it is handled just makes it all seem more ridiculous than thought-provoking.
On the plus side, it does have a great sense of mood, tone, and atmosphere, and the film is never boring. Plus, the film has a good cast, and their acting is good, so that helps. But still, the material needs some work, and it's unfortunate that this film comes off as more weird (in a bad way) and silly.
See it if you want, if only for the way it is constructed and the performances, but don't expect the end result to be as brilliant or mind blowing as it could have been.