A foster family try desperately to make things work despite the youngest child, a girl, being psychotic. She has suffered some horrific and unamed trauma in her early childhood and has a developed sexuality at the age of four. Her foster parents try to help her but end up neglecting their other foster child who is seen to be stronger.
Monsters come in all shapes and sizes...
A twisted suburban tale of paranoia, uneasy humour, and sibling treachery in Little One, as Aaron shares the harrowing memories of growing up with his troubled foster sister, Claire. She loves her brother dearly but too much love can be a bad, bad thing.
"A disturbing work that unfolds in your mind like one of those expanding bullets." -Toronto Star