DEAR DANGER is about a young woman who is reacquainted with an old friend, new flame, and the progression of their non-traditional relationship. It’s about finding an impossible love, but not restraining it, putting it into a small box, putting a little label on the box, and locking the contents away to never grow beyond the confines of the box. It’s about being bigger than our earthly bodies. It’s about giving all you can possibly exhaust and asking nothing in return. But, mostly, it’s about belonging to no one and nothing and simply belonging to ourselves.
DEAR DANGER is personal and intimate. It’s two halves of a love story. One part love for someone else that is so unconventional that it must be other-worldly and one part a great love for oneself.