A family, Josh (Ben Barnes of DORIAN GRAY, Emma (Sarah Roemer of THE EVENT TV series) and their young daughter, are driving back to the city with a Christmas tree strapped to the top of their car. They enter a tunnel--and the car spins out, flipping over. In the hospital the doctor tells the parents that their daughter has "Locked-in Syndrome"--her brain is functioning normally but she can't respond to any external stimuli. Basically, she's stuck dreaming.
Then, events concerning Josh start skipping around. At first we think it's going to this horrible event to the future, where he's all in despair and depressed, but it turns out these are flashbacks. He is unhappy about quitting his advertising career for his family and has an affair with an irritating woman (Eliza Dushku of DOLLHOUSE). His wife finds out when he leaves his phone on and there's a bit of conflict. He's a douche.
Josh begins to think that his daughter is communicating with him through such things as the television. Or is he going crazy? He and his wife try to communicate with her and get help from an outside source, which seems a bit like hocus pocus. And Josh is obsessed with the wreck of his car-- did someone fix it so he had the accident? What isn't he remembering.
Unfortunately I could guess where all this was leading--it's no big surprise--and I found the journey to that point unnecessary. I was bored and cared nothing about any of the characters. If you're in the mood for a much better version rewatch JACOB'S LADDER.