Phillip Evans is grieving. His teenage son, Aden, has committed suicide. Searching for hope and answers he begins digging through old mementos and memories to discover an old box of mini-dv tapes that belonged to Aden.
Medicating himself on booze and depression - Phillip watches the tapes over and over and over again. He just wants to feel close to his son.
Through the old footage, Phillip discovers an old game that he used to play with his son, "Bedsheet Man." This sparks the idea to become what his son always wanted him to be: a real superhero.
This catapults Phillip into fighting crime and his demons, while he goes on the hunt for the truth behind his son's suicide. Why did his son kill himself?
This is an important film for fathers and sons - really for parents and children. It's real and redemptive. It's hard but hopeful.
In our age when every other movie in the theaters is a "superhero" we can't escape the fact that our culture is obsessed with "superheroes." So what does make a superhero - a real life superhero? Throughout our story, Phillip will find out.
Please be advised: Adult Language included