Denise Andrews is a patient at a mental institution. She is a schizophrenic, and not proud to say so. The voices in her head keep her awake at night, and she has reoccurring hallucinations of the night she nearly killed her own mother.
No one at the institution wants to affiliate with Denise. They call her ‘The Invisible Girl,’ a name given to her because she rarely ever comes out of her room, barely eats, and never speaks.
When an investigative journalist named Bekka comes to the institution to provide information to the public about its living conditions, which have been under controversy for quite some time, she is fascinated with Denise. Bekka probes her until Denise finally comes out of her shell, and finds enough time to write a column about living conditions…and about Denise. Little does either of them know, they have found the closest relationship either of them has ever had. In a friend.