Lee Holloway (Maggie Gyllenhaal), a recently discharged psychiatric patient, is trying to re-acclimate to home life—with moderate success. Her father’s alcoholism still drives her anxiety up a wall. A boy from high school asks her out, but doesn’t excite her. Looking for stability and purpose, even with no prior experience or education, Lee applies to be the secretary of E. Edward Grey (James Spader), an eccentric and remote attorney.
Kyle Johnson (Ryan Merrimen) is a lucky guy. He makes impossible shots during school basketball games, he finds money laying around, he aces tests without studying. He’s got everything, except any idea about where he comes from.
he year is 2049, and fourteen-year-old Zenon Kar (Kirstin Storms) has spent her entire life on the WyndComm Space Station, a large, self-sustaining research center outside Earth’s orbit. Zenon and her friends love their extra-planetary home—they’ve never known anywhere else—which is why they, and their parents, are anxious for the arrival of Parker Wyndam (Frederick Coffin), the CEO of the corporation that powers the station.