A cop shows up to a house because of a call about a disturbance. A young boy has become violent, hitting himself and threatening the safety of those around him in the process. As a cop, as someone who is supposed to protect the people in his community, he has to take control of the situation — but what if the young boy isn’t in control of his own actions? What if he’s stuck mentally on one thought, one sensation, and that sensation is so uncomfortable for him that his body is overreacting trying to process it? What if the blinding lights outside and whining siren are making him panic even more? And what if, because of this frenzied environment, the young boy refuses to listen or lashes out when the cop tries to intervene?