Gypsy (Annunziata Gianzero), a beautiful alternative rock violinist achieving worldwide recognition, abandons her international tour in order to retire with her acclaimed composer husband Lucian (Andrew Borba) to their beachside retreat off Cape Cod, where he will begin work on a follow-up album to his recent hit. What lurks in the background of Gypsy's insistence to her agents and bookers that "I don't play anymore" is the nagging competitiveness between the marriage partners concerning just how much of her influence contributed to his success. Rather than argue the issue, she sacrifices her career for the sake of her marriage, unwilling to claim such a contribution. But the discord (or "dischord") is an insistent murmur, an emotional leitmotif.
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