"Tiny Plastic Rainbow" is a shifty narrative about trauma, aloneness and a dog with one eye. Set in a modern urban environment, TPR chronicles one day in the lives of seven adults. Each character is pathologically consumed by a purposeful sense of detachment and sorrow. This necessitates creative coping techniques and prevents any connection with each other or the phenomenal world that surrounds them. Their lives are solitary but synchronized. That is, although they do not specifically know each other, their paths cross constantly throughout the day. The audience becomes implicated in the crime of coincidence and missed opportunities. (...).