The Man Who Wasn't There: The Man Who Wasn't There

The Man Who Wasn’t There is an updated interpretation of the most famous gothic horror poem Antigonish written by Hughes Mearns in 1899. At the turn of the 20th century, a young African American man must traverse a hellish landscape where murderous creatures roam. An abandoned building promises sanctuary but the man discovers he may not be alone and what lurks on the stairs may be the worst monster of all.