Priscille “Priss” Bales was four years old when her life was swept into chaos following the death of her baby sister, Muguet. First reported as an abduction during a family vacation in New York City, it was soon discovered that in a frantic effort to hide the infant’s death, Priscille’s abusive and mentally ill parents had in fact dumped her body in nearby woods and driven to NYC with Priscille, where they would report Muguet’s “abduction” from Central Park. Understandably, this created a storm of media interest in both Canada and the United States. While Priss has not spoken to her father for 20 years, she is burdened by his memory in her day-to-day life, and this manifests as acute Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD). Priss is a feature length documentary, which follows 24-year-old Priscille along her unorthodox path to healing.