When India Stoker (Mia Wasikowska) loses his beloved father and best friend (Dermot Mulroney) in a tragic car accident the day he turned 18, his life isolated quiet family estate is suddenly shattered. Hiding and pain, India behaving impassive, which masks deep feelings and senses sharp that only his father understand. Thus arises the first psychological thriller LINKS suspected of acclaimed Korean director Park Chan-wook (Oldboy, Lady Vengeance, Sympathy for MR. VENGEANCE).
India finds herself drawn to his father’s estranged brother, Charlie (Matthew Goode), who arrives unexpectedly at the funeral and decided to stay with her and Evie, emotionally unstable mother (Nicole Kidman). Although initially India does not trust his uncle charming but mysterious, it goes to fascinate, and she begins to realize how many things in common. As Charlie is revealed little by little, India becomes more charming in love with his neighbor, and concludes that his arrival is not a coincidence. Under the guidance of his uncle is about to follow unusual fate.