This article is from 2006.
In some appalling Blairite corporate future, a man and woman meet to sign an ill-defined, but increasingly alarming contract. Alexis Clements’ tightly constructed two-hander has enough of the present in it to make for trepidation about our mechanised, impersonal future, and its picture of a private and sexual life subsumed by bureaucracy has the capacity to alarm. It’s a little repetitious, but very well acted. (Steve Cramer)
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