Unforgettable. The end will leave you gasping." – Patricia Leslie, Washington Speaks
By Lauren Gunderson
Directed by Samantha Scott-Blackhall
Cast: Evangel Wong and Zulfiqar Izzudin
Caroline is 18. She suffers from a liver disease and misses school a lot.
Anthony is 18. He is charming, confident, does well academically and is the star basketball player on the school team.
Caroline and Anthony could not be more different. Caroline lives with her single mother who spends most of the day working. Anthony's father is a university professor who spends a lot of time with his son. Caroline lives in a flat, Anthony lives in a condo. Caroline and Anthony are classmates, but they barely know each other.
One afternoon, Anthony arrives unexpectedly at Caroline's door with a copy of Walt Whitman's Leaves of Grass, a group project for their Literature class. Through their (initially unwilling) analysis of the text, they discover similarities, share dreams, secrets, argue about music and slowly the walls come down, they bond, and their relationship deepens.
As the day comes to an end, and they wrap up their homework, something happens ... what brought them together, could now tear them apart. A shocking twist that changes everything.