VOID deals with the crushing impact of child-abduction on the lives of parents. A mother and father, who lost their 4-year-old daughter to abductors in a playground 14 years ago, relive the all-consuming grief that has become an overwhelming and inerasable reality in their lives. It has destroyed their marriage and, in an avalanche of self-recrimination and blame, they attempt to deal with their sorrow in separate monologues in a park where the crime occurred. While their pain is palpable, there is also an element of acceptance of the tragedy as they hesitantly try to come to terms with their loss.

Presented by Wild Dreamer Productions

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