“—; he could have dwelt for a long time yet in that soft, well-upholstered hell if this had not happened, this moment of complete hopelessness and despair and the tense moment when he had bent over the flowing water, —”

SIDDARTHA, Herman Hesse

On Thanksgiving night, two separate families in mourning, the Callahans and the Chois, are thrown together as they face the storm of the century. As days pass with no news, no power, and no signs of other survivors, each is forced to consider the thin line between savagery and civilization within themselves.