The problems James and Sally face aren't unusual. The way they deal with them is.
James Harford and his wife Sal search for fulfillment in post-Olympics, pre-GFC Sydney. Living in a consumption-driven society they have everything and it’s not enough. Then, on their seventh anniversary, they pick up a charming stranger in a strip club, and one thing leads to the other.
Yes, that other.
Yearnings become all consuming. Sal seeks affirmation from a smorgasbord of men. James becomes close to another woman. Gnawing jealousy eats away at what they share. Mid-life crisis meets free-love and nobody’s satisfied.
Days that are going to change your life should come with a warning attached.
Authonomy Gold Medal winner September 2010
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