Two 19th century women by chance meet each other in a café. One does all the talking and prattles on and on in an apparent attempt to "one up" her rival. During this very long monologue, the other lady says absolutely nothing but conveys some messages through her facial expressions. In the end, you are left wondering what really occurred as well as the back story.
This is a production created by a Kentucky community college. Considering its humble origins, the film is far better than you'd expect--showing very good camera work as well as decent acting. The problem is that the one act play itself just didn't do much for me--particularly as the resolution was a bit too vague and unsatisfying. I wanted to see the REST of the story! Still, it's worth a look and good luck to these folks.
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