A boy sits alone locked in a cold and dark basement. Lost in his critical thoughts that he has nothing to offer the world but a scarred and molested body, he attempts suicide.
Unfortunately the woman, Amy, is in an abusive relationship herself. As she does her best to overcome her own personal obstacles, she hides the boy in her bedroom closet, saves some of her food for him, and cares for him like her own. Even after another kindly woman, Katlyn, steps in to help both of them, the boy is still plagued by horrible nightmares of his previous existence. His dissatisfaction is replaced by a feeling of unfulfillment. Daring to dream, he takes action and is granted something unrivaled.
The Dot. is the tale of an abused boy’s experiences and perspectives as he journeys back and forth between his dreams and his dark reality.