Robert Story is alone in his rural cottage as the great hunger stalks the land, and threatens to come banging at his door.
Instead it is his younger brother Felix who rattles the knocker.
Back from London with a dazzling array of theatrical airs and graces, and possibly some food in the satchel he holds so close to his chest.
The brothers slowly but surely begin to starve, and begin a desperate game of cat and mouse. If only there was a cat. Or a mouse.
With the bailiff’s battering ram rumbling ever closer, and their range of survival options dwindling by the hour, the Story Brothers are offered a shot at redemption from an unlikely source.
A surreal carrot is dangled, but can they grasp the nettle?