“If someone puts their hands on you make sure they never put their hands on anybody else again.” – Malcolm X
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In a neighborhood where everyone knows one another by name, there are little secrets. Each family looks after the other and trust is a river that runs deep. There are no such things as favors owed and whenever one person needs something, another steps in. Down on Bryer street, everyone considers the other to be like family.
Things are good.
When they lose one of their own, a mysterious stranger moves into the vacant home. At first, things are quiet. The new resident keeps to himself and life begins to move on.
The silence only lasts for so long.
In the months that follow, their nights become filled with unusual noises, their properties vandalized and their pets go missing. What happens when these events escalate? How far will one family and its community go to protect itself from the Trespasser?
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