When her four-year-old goes missing in a supermarket, Harriet begins to imagine her life with and without him.
In just 12 minutes, she’ll discover her child’s fate, but in the meantime her frantic real-time search for little Frank is punctuated by projections of both near and far futures, constantly rewritten in her own mind.
How will her marriage be affected? Her daughter? Her own capacity for love? And is it better to find out the worst possible news about your child than never to know what happened to them?