Hedda artwork. A young white woman with brown hair tied in a bun and wearing a red dress with rose and thorn print patterns, gives a hard stare to the camera while holding two flintlock pistols in the air either side of their head. They are stood inside a country mansion. Overlaid on the image, text reads: 'Hedda.

Here To There Productions presents

Hedda

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I don’t even know always what sets it off but when it happens, I’m not responsible for what I say or what I do.”

Arriving home after a long honeymoon Hedda struggles with coming to terms with marriage to a man she married for what she hoped would be financial security, not love, and moving into a new home she and her new husband cannot afford.

Brought up in a sheltered environment by a single parent, Hedda has yearned for years to grasp life by the throat and enjoy herself. Instead, she feels trapped. Buried alive with years of tedious, intolerable life ahead of her, she plots to break that tedium by the manipulation of those close to her with consequences over thirty-six hours which even she had not foreseen…

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