Drew finds himself. Over time, his longtime union has lost the link, familiarity and above all, its fire. Camaraderie has replaced sexual activity. Duty has replaced spontaneousness. Lifestyle has taken over love. Then oneday Mimi, a zealous art student, enters his existence. Their appeal to one another is quick. Have with guilt in the mere idea of some other girl, he making it function and recommits himself to his union. On the other hand, the link proves too powerful for them equally and they gradually explore an adulterous relationship. There usually comes a period in someone ‘s life when they have to select what’s most beneficial or what’s appropriate. Drew finds himself in that precise circumstance with individuals’ lives hanging in the balance. Between facing culture judgment and hurting some one whom he’s invested so much of his existence with (all for the hope of real well-being as well as a love he could not have pictured), he discovers himself Split.