Lib (Elizabeth), a seasoned Crimean war nurse (trained by the infamous Florence Nightingale, no less) is hired to tend to a patient in a remote hamlet in Ireland. Her task is to observe an 11 year-old girl in order to determine, true or false, the claims that the child, who has not eaten any food for over four months, can survive because she supposedly lives off "Manna from Heaven". Determined to put a quick end to this sensationalism and rout out the truth, Lib arrives in her crisp uniform along with her equally crisp, no-nonsense, ward nurse mindset. Upon meeting Anna, an angelic, vibrant, earnest, and oh-so intelligent...and quite healthy little girl, Lib is annoyed her talents are being wasted on such a hoax. And so the watch begins. And, day after day, the child, in fact, doesn't eat a morsel of food. Could it be true? Could Anna be one of God's "chosen" for Sainthood, as her family and community so fiercely believe? Can Lib accept the possibility she may be witnessing a miracle? What unfolds is a breathtaking story of the tenderness within a child's mind and how she interprets the world around her. It is a tale of belief and superstition, and reason and evidence, and how holding firm to either extremes blinds us to the love and magic that is right in front of us. Transcending.