Date

8 - 26 August

Time

1:00 pm

Venue

Underbelly Bristo Square

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Things Between Heaven and Earth

Imagine your friend’s novel was all about your late-husband’s affair and murder...

A psychological thriller with echoes of The Talented Mr. Ripley and Rosemary’s Baby: female "hysteria" vs sexual identity.

On the tenth anniversary of her husband’s death, May adds the finishing touches to the table settings just as the doorbell rings. Beside her lies a hardcover book titled Things Between Heaven and Earth by Eric Lee.

This is it. The moment of truth.

But as May welcomes Eric with a warm embrace, their conversation takes an unexpected and unsettling turn..

Presented By

Kobold Blue Productions

Duration

60 minutes

Advice

Contains distressing or potentially triggering themes, Strong language/swearing

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Thriller. Drama

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