Ian is doing interviews for a TV special on The Sacred Prodigies: a group of six children who were in a special class for prodigies at a school. They’re all adults now, and he is interviewing them on their time at the school, their lives now and their specific gift. He also has a specific interest in questioning them about one of the other prodigies: Amanda. It is eventually revealed that Amanda has killed herself. Throughout the interview, it is revealed that all the prodigies have their own struggles, successes and qualities that make them distinct from each other, and we also hear from the people that surround them, such as spouses and parents that illustrate their lives. We finish on Amanda, who narrates the rest of the prodigies lives, concluding that they’re not special, they’re just people like everybody else.