In this play, Gurr has allowed his imagination to go deep into new territory -- with an eye on the fine line between truth and fiction, innocence and guilt. A woman arrives a police station at night. She tells the detective she has a confession to make. From the deceptively simple premise emerges a surprising and erotic excursion into the minds and hearts of two extraordinary people. What is her crime? Has she come seeking punishment and absolution? On the surface this is a search for the guilty, but as the clues build up and the truth unfolds, one thing is clear: neither of them will ever be the same again. Written with great authority and illuminated with flashes of startling humour. (1 act, 1 man, 1 woman).