When Una was 13 years old she fell in love with Ray, the family's adult friend and neighbor. Ray responded to her affection and after a short relationship he was sentenced to jail. Fifteen years later, her time with Ray still affected her. As an adult, she understands the complexity of what happened and what it means when a grown-up man has a relationship with child, but she can’t seem to get him out of her mind. When she sees a picture of him in an industry magazine, she decides to confront him at his workplace and find out what their relationship really meant. For him, and for her. Una is based on the play Blackbird, which David Rooney, at The Hollywood reporter writes about: “It's one of the more intelligent stage-to-screen adaptations of recent years and should find receptive audiences among moviegoers open to challenging, provocative drama”.