A child's life is snuffed out by a joy-rider. Four years on, the
parents and the young lad meet. In this award-winning drama, writer
Julian Armitstead explores the process of restorative or reparative
justice, by which victim and offender are brought face to face, in
a common endeavour to repair the harm caused by crime. Combining
powerful naturalism with a strongly expressive thread, the drama
unpicks the web of shared emotional devastation wrought on parents
and killer alike. The strength of Armitstead's writing lies in his
compassionate objectivity: he draws his characters and the dilemmas
they face with real clarity, showing their all too human
weaknesses, but also the strength of their desire to find a way
forward with their lives.
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