A pregnant woman checks into a modest hotel room where she awaits her abortion procedure for twenty-four hours.  Cycling through periods of activity and stillness, the woman begins to unravel with each passing hour, revealing the emotional and psychological depths of her experience. Veiled by the private room, we see the female body as a contested site, her isolation transforms the mundane into a living taboo. With minimal spoken dialogue, the woman’s gaze and actions function as a narrative driver, allowing the story to unfold of a woman in negotiation between her independence and confinement.