Skate punks, a kleptomaniac vampire, clairvoyant visions and reincarnation.
A teen is stalked by a young vampire girl who believes he is her dead fiancé reincarnated. They become tangled in an obsessive relationship with violent consequences.
16 year old skater Mike Evans has issues. His alcoholic father's unemployed and he's stuck living in a white-trash trailer park after the foreclosure of their family home. The last two years have sucked royally, one disappointment after another, and to top it all off, he's plagued by clairvoyant visions of strange-grisly events that have an annoying tendency to come true. Mike loses his best friend, ex-girlfriend acts like he's a leper, and his only remaining friend Anita wants to get in his pants––he's clueless on that one. Since his mother died at birth and his father doesn't give a damn, Mike's on his own.
Mike's fortunes begin to change after helping a 13 year old girl named Nadia who's the victim of a hit and run on the highway. A bond is forged between them through an intense night of ministering to her injuries. He suspects Nadia is homeless and an unusual relationship develops as she sneaks into his room nightly for a place to stay.
Mike starts living a double life, daylight hours at school with his new girlfriend, skating, working part-time, and then his nights spent with Nadia. She's a secret friend, keeping him company all night, listening to his problems when no one else will. Strangeness abounds as they develop a codependency crossing all the boundaries of friendship. Nadia is not your average little girl and she's obsessed with Mike. He suspects things, but ignores the obvious signs of danger.
The situation comes to a head as Mike struggles to avert a new vision of gruesome death. He can no longer ignore the evidence leading to the undeniable conclusion that his secret friend is much more than what she appears to be.