Obsessed with the vampire lore, and believing he could be a vampire himself, Milo walks the streets of his city everyday, trying to find his place in the world and every now and then quench his thirst for the blood he assumes he needs. Since the other boys in the neighborhood never miss the opportunity to bully him every time they see him, Milo prefers to lock himself in his room with his VHS collection of vampire films, or watching videos in the internet about nature’s predators and slaughterhouses.
One of those days where Milo is hunting for victims and doing research in order to become a better hunter, he meets a new young, attractive tenant in his building called Sophie, that seems to not only be a social outcast like him, but also could be have some skeletons in the closet. Getting along pretty much from the beginning, Milo and Sophie start a almost naive sentimental relationship that balances out the dark side that both seems have. This new situation, very different from indifference he mostly receives from this useless brother, makes Milo reflect on his identity and to think about stopping his transformation into the monster he believed he was destined to become.