A psychologist and his patient argue about the plausibility of getting away with murder.
Then they come up with a plan.
Reese is a man suffering from a slew of personality disorders. On the evening he meets his court-mandated psychologist, he does everything he can to keep the Doctor out of his head. When Reese jokingly states that he can get away with killing someone, the Doctor insists that there is no such thing as a perfect murder. This polarizing disagreement steers their evening out of control as they evaluate and discuss the plausibility of getting away with it. For Reese, this evening is a lesson in how far one will go to prove a point.