It won't be a long movie - fifteen to twenty minutes. Shot in a combination of black-and-white and colour. It begins with two women - Evie and Toto - meeting in a Paris cafe at night. They are both in their early thirties. They were lovers for six years but have not seen each other for ages after a fairly disastrous break-up which left them both bitter and damaged - Evie just walked out one night to go and live with another woman. Despite everything, there is still some deep attraction between them. They meet and talk. Evie says, with deep satisfaction, 'You were wrong about a lot of things'. Toto says, What happened with us? I still don't understand. Did you ever love me? How could you have stayed with me so long if you didn't and how could you have left me like that if you did? I still don't understand'.
Fallon, Kathleen Mary, Extract from Working Hot, Kunapipi, 6(1), 1984.