Arbor — respected and a quiet provincial town, populated by good-natured people, professing Christianity. Not expecting trouble and a dirty trick, Michael Cale comes together with the family on a permanent residence to a picturesque place to pass practice. Initially, strangers are frightened by the strange army rhythm of living: all residents fall asleep at exactly 8 o'clock in the evening, there is no cellular communication and the Internet in the city. On the other hand, there is no crime, and the neighbors are surprisingly friendly and agile. Some time visitors live quietly and enjoy the nature, but soon behind a lovely facade of cardboard smiles the rigid routine of life similar to dictatorial is found out. Even more horrifying are the mores of the townspeople, among whom is the obligatory observance of the ritual of sacrifice on a special pedestal. According to these canons, newcomers must to commit sacred rite of passage, designed to protect from evils and misfortunes fate followers strange beliefs. Adhering to skeptical views, the head of the family refuses to perform the mystified sacrament. Categorical men cause rage among the local public, but they are not able to influence him. After a dangerous delay, the prophecies of the mysterious villagers begin to come true rapidly, which promise bloodthirsty and merciless events to the violator who decided to sacrifice the immutable rules of the ancient cult.