David spends his days as an underworked reproduction author for an advert organization and his nights misplaced in previous warfare video clips, fantasizing approximately his unusual teenage cousin and revisiting his father's suicide.
His dreary lifestyles is upended whilst he unearths himself on the mysterious Chaos Farm, a lavish wasteland retreat populated through these looking to correct their lives' imbalances via New Age video games and rites of necromancy. In a mystical test long past awry, they inadvertently increase a mysterious bloodthirsty creature that could be a) the satan, b) David's deceased father, c) George C. Scott as common George S. Patton within the motion picture Patton, or d) all, or any, of the aforementioned. Carnage ensues, best David via a woozy panorama of churning highways, abandoned procuring department stores and small cities, lured backward during the chasms of reminiscence and nostalgia through the monster's coaxing squeals and ahead towards an doubtful, hallucinatory future.
Here, Lolita meets Maldoror meets 50s pulp horror comics. Safety of War is a hellride of exploded symbolism and beery misadventures, murders and tragedies, laughs, puzzles and meditations on valour and sacrifice in a global brief on precise heroes.