Australian comedian Meg Riddoch has made it to the Big Time. She's an icon to her fans, a darling of the media, schmoozed by television networks and an A-list guest at festivals abroad.
She's a month and three countries into her current tour, a week away from home - through what exactly 'home' means is problematic these days.
On a flight between gigs, a recurring dream raises disturbing questions. Haunting flashbacks provide clues to a past long ago buried - a secret life in another time, a life of lies, pacts and forbidden alliances. Then there's her relationship with Murray and where it went wrong.
Out of the spotlight and beneath the punchlines, Meg discovers that memory will find a way to break the surface . . .