In her first component, advertisement movie producer Veena Bakshi loans a lady’s understanding to the strained relationship of a disenchanted couple wedded for a long time. Exhausted old-clock Anton Gomes (played by commended stage and film on-screen character Naseeruddin Shah) abhors his part as the town coffin producer and won’t give his child access to the business. To aggravate matters, his petulant wife Isabella bitingly chides him from morning till night. In spite of their paradisiacal surroundings, they make each other’s life hellfire. Their fights play out like theater on the enchanting yet claustrophobic phase of their drifting wooden house, just before the coffin shop.
There, to escape Isabella, Anton spends his days drinking and playing chess with himself. Until one day, a puzzling outsider in a matching suit swings up to play with him. You don’t should be Ingmar Bergman to figure the smooth youthful individual with a toothy smile and a propensity for dematerializing is Death himself, mostly in light of the fact that he says as much.