A small, dirty, messy flat. Drawers full of medicines. An oxygen mask. A wheelchair. A body hits the floor. Glass smashes. Eva, a worn and torn woman of 50, enters. Sounds of agony from the bathroom. Eva rushes in. Her son, Aiden, a genetically ill boy of 16 with a deformed body, has an epileptic attack. His head bangs against the bath tub. Pool of blood.
Later. Aiden is in bed. Sleeping. Eva is at his bedside. Suddenly he gasps for air. Eva reaches for the oxygen mask. She hesitates. She grabs a pillow and covers Aiden’s head with it. She presses it down with all her strength.
Eva is in her room. She sits in front of the mirror. She cries. Suddenly she spits in the mirror and slaps herself. She hits her head with her fists and pulls her hair.
After suffering for 16 years with a genetically ill son by her side, Eva Durand has had enough. Her son dying, she is now looking for one last thing in life: a meaningful way out of it for both her son and herself. Her death wish takes them on a weird roller coaster ride full of strange and dangerous encounters. Will Eva’s daughter and ex-husband be able to act in time to prevent a tragedy?
Warriors of Heaven is currently being developed as a feature film.