In the not so distant future, on a cold English winter night, we find a dystopian vision of a post-industrial hell. Where for a time so called ‘Superheroes’ weren’t just confined to existing in comic books. Tonight is the 10-year anniversary of the mysterious and destructive event that claimed the life of Britain’s most famous vigilante ‘The Face’, society has descended into overpopulated desensitised squalor.
Our story begins with Wendy-Personal assistant to the city's most feared criminal Navaill, an Ex-Super Villain once famous for his battles with the aforementioned Vigilante.
He has since retired running a high-end nightclub simply known as ‘The Bar’ used as a safe haven by the cities career criminals. Wendy struggling to survive in this world witnesses crime and corruption on a daily basis and is seemingly helpless to do anything other than ignore it. Wendy is desperate to save enough money to get out of this hell, but at what cost? She tries to turn a blind eye to what goes on at the club but just how involved is she?
However when a masked man shrouded in mystery enters the club dressed remarkably like ‘The Face’ and whom unlike the patrons that skirt on moral shades of grey, walks on a line of black and white. Right and Wrong. And nothing in between. Wendy will find herself caught between these two sociopaths and will have to face her own actions and choose just what she thinks really is the right thing to do?'