Australia's most popular playwright explores community conferencing -- a process bringing together the victims and perpetrators of a crime to attempt some kind of reconciliation. When same come 'Face to Face' with the employee who rammed his Mercedes, he must acknowledge responsibility for a series of incidents which helped to provoke the crime. In 'A Conversation', the family of a rapist and murderer are confronted by the family of his victim. 'Charitable Intent' focuses on the pressures and contradictions that erupt as workplace values change. This trilogy revels that courage and forgiveness run deeper in the human psyche than many cynics would have us believe.