Something’s always been off with Eva Moss, but in the African American community, everything is prayed away, including “crazy.”
What happens when the answer to prayer is therapy and medication? According to Eva’s mother, that’s taboo. All it takes is a little more Jesus, and Eva will be normal. Normal never lasts long.
After Eva’s brother, Michael, is killed in a car accident, she is finally admitted to the psych ward for help. Stabilization seems within reach, until a quick trip to the pharmacy brings her face to face with Myles, the man responsible for taking her brother away from her.
When Myles turns up dead, Eva has to prove her innocence. According to her, she didn’t kill Myles, her deceased brother did. Can she stand trial? Should she stand trial?
The question remains: was Myles’ murder really a result of her mental health disorder or premeditated murder?