Five morning-afters in the story of two people who keep splitting up, but can't help finding their ways back to each other.
"In each of the five scenes there was a single moment when one asked the other the kind of question that, depending on how it's answered, will determine their relationship's future... It's a tribute to Zeidler's writing and directing that these moments stand out, and a testament to the emotional honesty of these fine actors that, in those moments, we hold our breaths and hope they'll somehow survive the answers given."
"Eckert fully captures the fragility of this damaged woman, her pain, the delicacy of her resilience, and her self-destructive impulses. Pacello is utterly convincing as the good, decent, caring man who's reaching the end of this tether with this woman he clearly loves." - Richard Adams, The World Socialist Website
"Etienne Eckert is so small you could measure her in ounces, but she carries with her a presence and her resonant voice wraps lightly around an East coast accent. Charles Pacello and his beautiful shiny, bald crown as Maple has a nice chemistry with the raven-haired Eckert." - Vincent Smetana, Cinesnatch