Lyne is striked with tragedy when she is informed that her parents have passed away in a plane crash. She is forced to a Teenage home where she meets an inspiring friend who helps her tackle loss and anxiety. They take a trip together one day, before they start uni together and Lyne learns the something very unexpected.
Like everyone, Erik Clag just wants to be happy. He’s almost forty so he just needs one break – something to go right for a change. However, he’s stuck in the monotonous ever turning circle of life. He works a dead-end job, with people he hates and for a boss he loathes, doing something a monkey can be trained for. There is hope though – it’s time for his annual two-weeks holiday to Brighton. Somewhere to relax and not think about the day to day struggles. Not having to get up at 5:00 AM or listen to the constant clanking of the machines. But he receives the call – he has to work instead. Feeling lost and broken; he decides to do something which will hopefully change his life forever. Suddenly, because of one small piece of paper, everything turns into a surreal dream – his whole world is turned upside down. He ignores the phone calls from work and jumps on a plane instead. However, we should be careful what we wish for. Everything doesn’t always turn out the way we want it. Fate has a wicked sense of humour.
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