|Questioning the value of happiness, Bliss explores the basis of our addiction to opioids as an aversion to the hidden trauma we all carry.
The entirety of Bliss occurs on, in, before, behind and around a single couch.
In the very near future a special compound grants amnesty for opioid addicts to separate from society and receive ongoing use of the drug they crave. What could go wrong?
Bliss asks: is there a point when the pain of regret counteracts the intense effect of the drug?
Or do we as humans exist solely as a condition of pleasure?