During a visit to her grandmother’s house, all Daisy can think about is fixing an old washer. She’s just been promoted to a managerial position at work, but she isn’t handling the newfound social interaction as well as she’d hoped. In fact, her reactions remind her of her autistic brother Danny… but she’d rather not think about that. After bombing a call, Daisy hides in the garage, tinkering with the washing machine. That is, until Danny joins her, and the machine shows its true colors. Forced through sensory overload, Daisy is made to confront the shame she’s bottled up inside.