Eddie Harnovey is an intelligent and honest man who finds himself, at the age of 38, with a wife, a young child and three dollars. As Eddie struggles to retain his integrity and compassion, the human cost of economic rationalism is exposed in this riveting and suspenseful tale of living and loving in changing times. Adapted by Elliot Perlman (from his celebrated novel) and the film's director Robert Connelly (writer/director The Bank) the published screenplay includes an essay by Elliot Perlman, 'The Human Cost of Economic Rationalism', a foreword by Bob Ellis, colour stills from the film and full film credits. (1 act, 3 male, 4 female).
Robert Connolly and Elliot Perlman