One man survives the end of the world. One man stands at the edge of the crater where the city that contained everything that made his life meaningful once stood. Without a home, without purpose, that one man chooses a direction that will take him away from the hole in his life and begins to walk.
The Way It Must Be is a story about moving forward in the wake of the end of the world. It’s about finding purpose, about finding answers in a dreamlike wilderness where the real bleeds into the surreal. It’s a story about dreaming and awakening, about realizations and questioning what we really have, what we’ve really lost and how long we might have already been living without it.