Sara & The Hand

Sara thinks of herself as a regular young woman. She grew up in the city suburbs, had many friends and was a popular girl in school.
She bought her house solely on the walk-in closet and dressing room.
She spends many hours a week in that room up-keeping her appearance, of which depends on what society and her friends approve of. She, in many ways, sees her beauty as a gift to the world, a concept which she materialised when she chose her tattoo after a few too many champagnes.
She’s manipulated, and she’s happy to be manipulated.