Synopsis by Hal Erickson
As Ric Gitlin prepares to sign divorce papers, he flashes back to his marriage to Isabel Glasser. Childhood sweethearts, Gitlin and Glasser had married comparatively late in life due to various complications. At first the union is happy, but eventually collapses, not for any spectacular reason, but because of such banal bugaboos as misunderstanding and incompatability. Marriage is very simple and unclutterd, making its plot points with tenderness and humanity. This independent film was the debut feature for director Sandy Tung, who also wrote the script.
divorce, husband-and-wife, marital-problems, marriage