Aaron’s father died, and the man goes home to comfort a grieving mother. Analyzing father’s things, he is a subject that is not what it seems at first glance, and then in the house begin to happen terrible events.
Early eighteenth century. England and France are at war. However, at the court, fashion is at the races of ducks and tasting pineapple. Queen Anne, who is frail and unstable, is on the throne while her friend Lady Sarah governs the country in her stead. When a new servant, Abigail Hill, arrives at the court, Lady Sarah takes her under her wing, thinking she could be an ally. Abigail will see the opportunity to reconnect with its aristocratic roots. While the political stakes of the war absorb Sarah, Abigail as for her manages to gain the confidence of the queen and becomes its new confidante. This budding friendship gives the young woman the opportunity to satisfy her ambitions, and she will not let any man, woman, politician, or even a rabbit get in his way.