Businessman George Richards lives in a gray world. The walls he hides behind in his office are gray. The carpeting is gray. His life is gray.
But George hears angels—angels who call to him, sing to him. Angels who beg him to come to them, to help them. George’s wife, Elaine, believes that George is suffering a nervous breakdown and he is committed to a mental institution. When he is allowed to return home, George falls back into his old life, his old habits. And the voices return, too. This time, George is unable to resist their call. . .
On this irresistible night, the voices call George to the sea. He follows and climbs aboard a small boat which he rows out to the middle of the ocean. The angels tell George to jump. And he does. . .
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