The ever-moving meets the immobile: One woman needs to walk through seven shoes of iron to win back her husband, the over woman sits on a hill of glass to be protected from pursuers. They stay together for a season and a while, become friends, tell their stories.
Heavy handed allegorical bit of work with two likeable characters. As it is a modern fairy tale, it has to be about female self-liberation and empowerment with lots of predictable conclusions. I liked the set up far more than the ending.