In a mental institution, a librarian, driven to the edge of madness, is questioned by a doctor. She tells him of her bewilderment that libraries could close, in such a great country, due to a lack of funding, revealing that the closing of her beloved library has caused her to resort to violence. She finds comfort only in the voices of the great artists of the past, Jane Austen, Charles Dickens, Shakespeare and, above all, Vincent Van Gogh, and from them, she clings to hope!
Written by James Prideaux and Directed by Eddie McCourt
Rita Brady: Rose Penmore
Saoirse Byrne: The Nurse
Eric Healy: Voice of the Doctor