Julia is the enigmatic and elegant widow of an international financier. In her role as benefactor of a foundation established by her husband, she has the power to choose who shall benefit financially from his generosity. Acutely aware of human suffering and the frailty of morality, she selects her beneficiaries carefully. Among her chosen are a detective of art forgery, a medical scientist and a writer. But on what grounds were they selected and why exactly has she invited these three to her husband’s funeral? Written with Gurr’s characteristic sensuality and political passion, Julia 3 explores the individual’s responsibility to society and the ambiguities of co-dependency.
- 1 female, 3 male
- Australian Script Centre