New York French Futurist performance artist Francis Carroll (Edgar Oliver) faces pressure from his theater manager Donald C. Marinetti (George Demas) to increase ticket sales at his Lower East Side venue. Francis soon decides to take matters in his own hands and purchases a black-market handgun from a disgruntled firearm safety instructor (Jason Bauer).
With box office sales sliding, Francis takes his show on the road and commits a series of armed robberies targeting rent-controlled eccentrics across the Village. His first victim, beauty Diane Lakes (Jill Helene), quickly fixates on him after the robbery cures her of agoraphobia, but before long her intentions threaten to unwind his greatest performance.
Frank’s biggest obstacle may be New York Detective Daniel Atkins (Michael Laurence), who finds himself on a case of enormous implications but struggles to determine the motives behind the ongoing ‘purification of the odd.’
With the cast set for his swansong performance, Francis needs only to lose everything to stage his Futurist masterpiece.