It is no use, but William gives Isabel ninety minutes anyway. They were once married, but something happened. Something broke deep down in the mechanism of their lives together and, seeing no way to repair it, they threw it away.
But perhaps they were too hasty. Perhaps there was something they could have done. Isabel just wants ninety minutes. Soon William will be married again, so ninety is all she has to make her case. Ninety to remember what they had. Ninety to regain what was lost. Just ninety to rediscover love or call it a day, forever.
"The quality of her [Joanna Murray-Smith's] work... transcends national boundaries in its acute exploration of the psychological states that determine social outcomes." - The Age