When the virus hit, no zombies roamed the streets. No police helicopters roared overhead and the military were never summoned to take down the monster.
For the residents of one sleepy suburban neighbourhood, the real-life, domestic consequences of lockdown were far more disastrous than anything Hollywood ever told them would happen.
Isolation Watch is a behind closed-doors, candid account of what happened to generation on-demand during the COVID-19 pandemic when they were ordered to stay indoors and forced to look at themselves in the mirror, naked.
A husband digs a grave for his wife of 34-years and fills it in again after she threatens to kill him over a badly organised fridge.
When the smiling homeless lady arrives on an affluent street one afternoon, widespread panic breaks out.
Strimmers, hoses, hammers and drills hum a symphony of sedation from homes that never looked so good.
A true-crime fanatic follows the serial-killer lookalike from up the street. A haunting discovery leaves her wishing she had just stayed in and watched The Ted Bundy Tapes again.