Sex Diary of an Infidel written by Michael Gurr, investigates levels of human intimacy by playing on the limits of cultural and carnal boundary. Jean, an Australian journalist, and Martin, a photographer, are traveling to follow a lead into a covert sex trade. The characters, closed and remote as islands themselves, illuminate a lascivious tourist exchange between Australia and the Philippines. Clandestine relationships, parasitic and murky, mirror the greater political arena. Sex Diary delves into the space between reality and fantasy, exploding human perceptions of difference. The dramatic unfolding of secrets reveal that no one is what they seem, and in the end, what each has in common is the thing they most fear. Ching Valdes-Aran directs.