In 1997, New York City, a petty criminal named Alex Voss is about to die via bullet shot right between the eyes by his criminal employer: Boris. But was he really a petty criminal, or something even stranger? As all roads lead to death, he recounts his tragic life one last time; murder, sex, drugs, rock and roll, losing his mind and failing at being a true hero. There's no escape from his tragic ending. At least, that's how it's meant to play out. As events fail to line up, is Alex's mind breaking the fourth wall, has he finally succumbed to madness, or did a deus ex machina from the future save him from himself? It might just be all three, actually.
With elements of crime fiction, psychological thriller, action/adventure, and slipstream fiction, LGBT+ gut-punch "INDIGO VOSS" is a genre-defying masterpiece that will keep you on the edge of your seat. Fans of works such as "Mr. Robot" by Sam Esmail, "Memento" by Christopher Nolan, "Fight Club" by Chuck Palahniuk and "The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo" by Stieg Larsson will love this evocative, character-driven story.