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Upsteam Color is around the shuffling life of Kris, one night she is attacked and hypnotized, using a grub with hypnotic properties, administered by a thief. She follows the thief';s instructions to give him everything, even taking out loans. After the worms are extracted, she wakes up to find her life ruined. She';s lost her job, her finances are destroyed. Years later, she meets Jeff whom she may have a lot in common with.
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