by Shalome Renee

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Dor and Jeanine are going through a difficult time in their relationship. Jeanine feels that her mother's social life takes precedence over her own welfare. Dor, finding it difficult to relate to her daughter, realises she is not always there for her daughter, but is fearful of what it might mean to engage properly. When pushed, she turns to her own adolescent experiences in an attempt to relate to Jeanine's current emotional state. Having her feelings constantly scrutinised in contrast to her mother's aggravates and intensifies Jeanine's feelings of isolation. A terrible, aching loneliness sets in, causing Jeanine to find meaning in things outside of herself and her comfort zone. Things come to a head as they prepare for a dinner party, on a day when Jeanine has witnessed a traumatic incident.

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