Figments of the imagination get out of hand in Zachary Turner's Mary. This narrative short centers itself around the lonely life of current divorcee, Craig. Seeing things that aren't therewhile battling a state of deep loneliness, Craig suddenly meets the girl of his dreams.
Red locks and endearing eyes haven't ever been more conflicting. Craig fights to decipher whether his dream girl is a part of his reality or his mental fantasy. As a result of this internal battle, Craig's insecurities flourish with hopes of the perfect girl being real.