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Fascinating work that slowly builds momentum to a memorable conclusion. Acting is terrific in this period piece (1983) about a moment in time and the choices that people respond to within that moment. The four leads are given equal weight and they all commit to their roles with a passion and responsibility without calling attention to their own work that adds immeasurably to the cumulative power of the play. It’s a unique piece; feeling in many ways like a great short story you stumble upon on a rainy Saturday Afternoon. A very difficult scenario to dramatize done with enormous clarity and sensitivity. 

Four out of five stars.

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