Two estranged brothers are brought together when their mother is hospitalised. Thom is a corporate whore craving advancement in a company undergoing a very hostile takeover. Gramme is a dreamer in love with the idea of a thriving counter-culture, but he is struggling to get through the day now that his drug-dealer has been eaten. The mother's prognosis is poor and against the backdrop of their personal struggles the brothers must find a way to agree on some life or death decisions.
"Even diehard economic rationalists could be brought to their knees by this cut-throat, open-heart surgery on global capitalism and market forces. What with the dark clouds of climate-change, world food shortages and a financial meltdown looming, could there be a better time for this play?"