She is an astute youthful author who’s attempting to tail her dream in the wake of distributed her first volume of verse; he’s an obviously brasher yet similarly imaginatively slanted kindred who uninhibitedly exposes his inner feelings while rapping at verse hammers. Shockingly, both are hyper depressives. Considerably all the more sadly, both abstain from taking meds that they dread could smother their innovativeness.
They end up in the same psychiatric doctor’s facility (she to some degree more readily than he), where they bit by bit bring down their gatekeepers and share their mysteries. After a short time, Marco his extravagance powered to some extent by a whimsical misreading of Kay Redfield Jamison’s “Touched With Fire: Manic-Depressive Illness and the Artistic Temperament” persuades Carla to grasp what others may call frenzy, and utilize her elevated sensibilities to see clearer, make increasingly and live more full. Much the same as he does.