Mushk plays with the idea that individuals are inherently unknowable. The play brought two stars of theater together on stage to bring forth a spectacularly chilling experience to the audience.
Reclusive genius, Sophiya fails to shoot an unwelcomed intruder – the journalist, Zoay, determined to interview her for her latest novel. But as Zoay continues to force her way into Sophiya’s solitude, it becomes clear that she knows more than she should about this epistolary romance between the author and a mysterious man. Paring away each other’s lies and evasions, their interaction reveals an increasingly complex pattern in an apparently simple melody. Through the story, the characters realize what love is and that things are not really as what they seem.