Do recollections exist if there is nobody left to recall that them? This is one of the inquiries postured toward the start of Valley of Ditches, the most recent film from essayist/executive Christopher James Lang and Amanda Todisco, who co-composed the screenplay and stars as Emilia.
The film opens with what is later uncovered to be a flashback scene. Emilia, abducted and bound in an auto out in the betray, is recollecting a discussion she had with her beau Michael while she watches somebody burrowing a grave a short separation away. Quickly, our brains need to know: how could she get to this point?