About the Show
“The struggle of man against power is the struggle of memory against forgetting”
― Milan Kundera, The Book of Laughter and Forgetting
Two rooms, two persons.
not remembering when it started, and when it ended;
not remembering how they entered, or how they left;
not remembering why they forgot.
The mind has forgotten, but the body remembers.
SHE remembers the bird that flew in the sky, as if it was sent to take her away; while HE who remembers everything, hopes that she would forget...
This, is a dialogue between the survivor (or persecutor?) and the victim;
a poem, and a tribute for the people who fought and are still fighting for democracy.