On the night of the 1995 Quebec referendum, newcomers from war-torn Yugoslavia draw a Canadian concert cellist into their own crisis of identity. The one-act play is an original work exploring the relationship and sexual tensions between two couples with questions of national identity percolating in the background. On that Halloween night, Branka draws Sarah into her own crisis of identity. The production explores the relations of individuals from two different countries and the problems of their own identity. Many questions about politics, freedom, home, sexuality, and culture all arise in their chance meeting.