CEO Alice Hightower lives for the setting of the sun. In the daylight she runs a medical device company about to unveil a revolutionary cardiac bypass procedure. Every evening as the sun sets, Alice opens her closet door to find clothes she has never seen. Each ensemble fits perfectly. There might be bell bottoms from the seventies or a fringed flapper’s dress from the roaring twenties. All she knows for sure is that once she puts them on, and slides open her balcony door, her clothes are perfect for the evenings erotic adventure.
Alice’s real life is like a semi-truck full of long-stemmed roses, jackknifed along the highway, a beautiful disaster. Her family history of mental illness makes her feel she’s losing her grip on the real world bit by fantastic bit. She assumes these nocturnal adventures are her way of following the inevitable family road toward the dementia consuming her mother. After two divorces she has no idea why anyone would ever fall in love. The delicious men in her fantasies are enough.
A very handsome Vice President of Sales and a intriguing male administrative assistant interfere with Alice’s plan to avoid romantic adventures in the real world. When her company’s patent information is stolen and she is framed for industrial espionage and murder, she hast to change her mindset or escape as she has so many times before.