French writer, playwright, philosopher and film director Éric-Emmanuel Schmitt, whose playThe Libertine was performed on the big stage for the Split audience exactly ten years ago, is staged now by Stage 55 of the Split Theatre, with his 'duo' drama Partners in Crime.
Schmitt tells the story which goes around two partners. Jules, who, aftera blow to his head suffers from amnesia, returns from the hospital, and his wife, Liz tries to help him remember his life. However, is it amnesia? In this psychological game of truth and lies spouses review fifteen years of their marriage, their love, or what is left of it.