There is a voice inside your head. It's not the voice that tells you, "You can do it. Go for it!" It's the voice that tears you down. You call it your conscience or your "committee." It's the voice that tells you, "Change that shirt. If you wear that to the party no one will talk to you." Consciously or unconsciously, you register this worst-case scenario, of no-one-talking-to-you-at-the-party, and you change your shirt. You keep making those choices, trying to avoid this voice's "worst-case scenarios." You do it in your professional life, your romantic life, your social life, until you are so far away from being yourself that you start to forget what that is.
"Violet" is a feature film that follows Violet Calder (Olivia Munn), a 32 year-old film executive who realizes that The Voice (Justin Theroux) has been lying to her. Her entire life.