Author(s): Eva Hoffman
Iris and her mother have a particularly strong bond - insular and self-sufficient - they live in harmony in almost total isolation. As she reaches adulthood, Iris begins to question the abnormality of this bond, believing that some event from her past is being deliberately kept from her. But what?
'With a shrewd regard for language and gesture, Hoffman teases out the tell-tale signs of an alienated soul...Generates a modern allegory somewhere between Frankenstein and Bladerunner' Independent on Sunday