They thought she had the perfect life; wealthy and privileged, an honor student with her whole life mapped out. What they didnt know was what lied inside of her; pain and anguish; tearing at her until there was nothing left. Lost and alone, the young woman (Heather Dorff), finds solace in the form of a glistening blade, splitting her skin deeply. Her self-indulgent mother and obnoxious sister (Kelsey Zukowski), are completely oblivious to her inner-turmoil. She has long since become numb to the world around her, getting that sensual release, as the razor cuts deeper, watching the blood drip, is all that matters. As soon as the last drop falls, the calm is stripped away from her with it. How far will she go to silence the hunger that now consumes her? Will she be able to regain control of her life, body, and sanity?
Deeply polarizing political commentator and author Ann Coulter is the subject of this authorized documentary by Elinor Burkett and Patrick Wright. Disliked by liberals -- whom she loathes with equal, if not greater, venom -- Coulter seldom watches her words. But who is she, really? Using footage from her numerous public appearances, speeches and interviews, the filmmakers attempt to find an answer to the intriguing question.