Continuum, chronicles around a young man (later revealed to be an anomaly of a hermaphrodite) taken back in time and tricked into impregnating his younger female self (before he underwent a sex change). He thus turns out to be the offspring of that union, with the paradoxical result that he is his own mother and father. The end unfolds where all the major characters are revealed to be the same person, at different stages of her/his life.
This idea is structured to show a story that neither has a beginning nor an end, like an infinite helical loop. This is signified in the opening scene where the protagonist (the bartender) stands outside the hospital before kidnapping the baby, voicing his thoughts – If someone asked me where it all started… I wouldn’t know where to begin.
The protagonist seeks new a meaning for his life and experiments with his younger self. Ultimately realizing, that life goes in circles. This subject delves deep into the world of an hermaphrodite, a near non-existent and forgotten human form, who battles her newly transformed life as a Man in the quest to understand the purpose of her existence.