A Comedy of Sorts

Henry Faulkner is a choleric old man affected by his stroke who is confronted by alcoholic writer Joanna Mason; who is gripped by her notion about their personal relationship. Just how the issue between them turns out seems conclusive to her, whilst the nature of Henry's treatment of it in the final scene leaves it in doubt in his mind, perhaps of the audience too ... The characters' interests reflect current themes of New Zealand today.