Mild themes and infrequent coarse language
|Actors:||Xander Berkeley, Matt Boren, Sarah Clarke, Jack Conley, Kate Maberly, Jennifer Del Rosario, Matt Nolan, Jenni Blong, Norma Michaels|
How far would you go to get what you want? In the end booth of an anonymous diner sits a man who people come to with their problems and desires. He offers them each a deal, they must perform a task, tell him the details and they will get what they want - rob a bank to be prettier, kill a stranger's child to save a cancer-stricken son. Whether they agree and fulfill their side of the bargain is entirely up to them, he emphasizes that it does not matter to him whether or not the task is completed. The choice is always up to the other person. The stories overlap and complications start to rise as the programme has you in its grip. Is the man in the booth the devil or God? Here to run a casual finger over our consciences and take our moral pulse, or is he only a metaphorically diabolical sociopath with an ingenious method of multiplying and feeding on other people's pain?