Myra, an uptight intellectual who fears sex, is soon to marry an archaeologist with whom she shares a relationship based more on convenience than emotional involvement. Danny, a lonely divorced taxi driver, natural philosopher and homespun psychiatrist comes to her aid. The fun starts when Myra turns to domestic life with burning eagerness, but messes up the simplest chores. And the fun takes a teasing turn when trouble looms and Myra, now ecstatic after weeks of love with Danny, becomes more assertive.
"Sophisticated ... light entertainment." - Sydney Morning Herald
"Warm and delightful ... with a pleasant dash of romanticism." - Sydney Daily Mirror