Once again, April responds to encroaching threats upon her potential independence with a radical proposition, resurfacing her abortion plan.
April's plea steers him down the road not taken, but he's not as sure as his wife that he wants to take that route.
Their marriage turns sour, they end up at each other's throats, and then things really go wrong.
It explores a marriage on the brink of destruction, which can be painful to watch, and tackles subjects like infidelity, gender roles, abortion, and mental illness.
Kazan plans to take January and February off—her first real break in over a year and half—and spend a little more time with the 24-year-old Mr.
Most of them, I think, trust me.