Beethoven and Tchaikovsky have taken over the body of musician, Tommy Laplanche who has trouble handling his spirits. Can Tommy overcome these two psychopathic decomposers, and even the score.
Like many musicians, Tommy Laplanche has a problem with spirits. And, like a few famous musicians, he has also tried to end his life all too soon. Nobody could understand why a brilliant guitarist would apparently want to blow his brains out. Equally, everybody was surprised that he survived such a severe gunshot, although he was now completely deaf.
As part of his rehab, he is encouraged by his female therapist to undertake music therapy. By accident, he stumbles passed a piano and begins playing a beautiful, classical piece, although he has never played before.
In an alternative dimension, Tommy is being forced to compose haunting new music by Beethoven.
Tommy gains the attention of a music professor who organises a special concert to show off his unique talent.
Anybody trying to help Tommy with his mental illness is soon met with an untimely and bizarre death.
On the eve of the concert, there is a full house. The ghost of Beethoven stands proudly at the front and conducts. As the music builds to a climax, Tommy suddenly becomes possessed by none other than Tchaikovsky.
The two masters fight over the control of a trance-like Tommy.
During the struggle, Tommy is blinded by a conductor’s baton and then has both hands are decapitated.
Once again, we see Tommy laying in a bed in a mental hospital.
His therapist has left him a toy piano. Now deaf, blind and with a double-hand transplant, Tommy takes a deep breath and hits a key.
Surely things couldn’t get any worse?
He looks across to his right… “oh shit!”