Tony saw his dead wife. She wasn't a ghost, and he wasn't crazy. But he saw her, and she couldn't see him.
When Tony's wife dies, he's left with a gadget at home that maintains the last images of her. But will he manage to get on with his life when people hate him for his wife's actions, when he's torn with guilt every day of his miserable life and when the holographic image of his wife torments him despite being unable to turn it off?
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- Romance junkie
Very Short Intriguing Look Into Obsession, Guilty and Love
A mentally unbalanced wife who is dead but haunts her husband..dies he still love her...does he felt regret and guilt for what she did, what he permitted..how do you rationalize or do you? The mind has him eventually delving deeper than he can accept.
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