The Words on the Body focuses on a young woman imprisoned for a crime she did not commit. In isolation, she fights to overcome the emotional and physical pain of character assassination while in solitary confinement. The film portrays a visceral and emotional interpretation of what happens when a person is wrenched from her normal world and thrown into solitary confinement, existing alone in an existential vacuum. Everything that she was previously is now meaningless. Her existence has been negated. She has become the scapegoat of the community, of the world, and her true character dissolves away beyond her control. The Accused woman is naked and vulnerable. She examines herself as she tries to come to grips with her shocking new reality. In a stream of relentless violence, The Words of The Accusers begin to appear on her body, letter by letter, etched into her skin, covering her, overwhelming her self. She no longer exists outside of the words. She suffers physically and emotionally as The Words overtake her and bury her true being and personality. Although she fights to clean herself of the words, she can never be clean again, no matter her innocence. The Words have spread throughout the world instantaneously and will always be tied to her, even though she will ultimately be declared innocent of any crime.