Reviewed by Jaimee
Charlotte belongs in her little cottage, which always leaks and is far too small and far too cold, in England. Her husband however has had enough, and begs her to move to Australia. Run down by two children, Charlotte throws her hands in the air and says “Fine, I’ll go”. Unable to find herself in Australia, lost in unfamiliar scenery she cannot capture on her canvas and under the weight of being a stay at home mum, Charlotte struggles to decide which is more important to her; who she belongs with, or where she belongs.
This is a story about what is most important question mark. Not what is most important full stop, the objective and unchangeable most important. What is most important question mark; the subjective, the personal and malleable.