Bound by his rules, she begins to unravel.
In a house stood still in time, a woman knits, unaware her husband keeps her where he wants her. She has no say, all goes his way. In this short subversive drama without dialogue, this stuck-at-home wife finds freedom through the tool her husband uses to control her: the knitting needles. When he sets her one knitting project too many she is struck with an idea on how she can turn things around.
Wool takes on the issue of coercive control and gives it the silent treatment.