Isaac runs a tearoom in the middle of nowhere where he watches life and cars pass by his window each day. When two of his customers share a chance meeting, he finds himself embroiled in something very sinister.
Briar Grace-Smith is an award-winning writer of plays, scripts, short stories. Her first major play Nga Pou Wahine won the 1995 Bruce Mason Playwriting Award and Purapurawhetu won Best New Zealand Play at the 1997 Chapman Tripp Theatre Awards. Since receiving her Laureate Award in 2000, Briar has toured Purapurawhetu in Canada and Greece, premiered her new play When Sun and Moon Collide in Wellington; judged the Huia Maori writers' competition for best screenplay; seen her first television play In a Fish Skin Suit premiere on prime time on TV3 and was a finalist for the 2002 Prize in Modern Letters.