A humble employee is believed to be responsible for the dishonest actions of his colleagues.
Ex-CIA agent Hank Saddler has found a new life as an apartment building manager, but with PTSD, a failed marriage, strange tenants, and a difficult daughter dogging him, he's barely managing to keep it together. When one of those tenants comes to him and claims that her neighbor is a terrorist, Hank's worst fears and old self begin to rise to the surface; keeping it together suddenly gets a lot harder. But the tenant who started this in the first place may not be what she seems; another reason Hank might be barely managing is because he's the one being managed.
Everything Everywhere Again Alive is a nature film with a difference. It is about a concept of nature which is communicated by a series of very simple images. These very simple images are used like building blocks of ideas to build a complex representation of nature as well as diaristic events taking place in the film. "Everything..." is an elaboration of two films by painters Jack Chambers (Circle) and Joyce Wieland (Solidarity) and in another sense, Michael Snow (La Region Centrale).