In two hours, Quentin's new love will arrive at the airport. One last chance to fight the ghosts in his head: his overbearing mother, his frustrated first wife, his best friend whom he betrayed and Maggie, his second wife, who died of success, booze and drugs. In a two-hour psycho trip, Quentin confronts his past and relives, above all, that last passionate, but destructive love one more time.
The American playwright Arthur Miller (1915 - 2005) wrote After the Fall in 1964, shortly after the death of his ex-wife Marilyn Monroe. Their stormy relationship was his main source of inspiration, but Miller also incorporated the economic crisis of the 1930s, the Holocaust, the witch hunt for the communists and a newfound love in his most autobiographical piece.