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This is a thought provoking drama about a deceased man which involves the grieving widow, the ex-wife and a young admirer. It moves rather slowly in the beginning as the grieving widow struts onstage as a well-heeled diva, who relentlessly espouses the noblest traits of her beloved with an aura of regret. The drama picks up momentum with the arrival of the ex-wife. She interjects life into it with her aggressiveness, ranting antics and comical behavior. The plot takes on a new strain as the women discuss the man’s attributes, his generous and devious nature, leading the audience from mediocrity to the final climax which has the three women becoming friends of sorts who all agree on one premise, their friend and husband was a good person with deep seated values and love for them all.

Three out of five stars.

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