I’m afraid, you’re afraid, we are afraid. And a lot of times, we’re afraid of the other. Or the others. We feel in danger next to each other and that makes us look for ways to eliminate each other. There are many ways to create the right context for that and many ways to justify our actions. Masculinity, for instance, can be the best pretext.
Attention! This performance has scenes that can have a strong emotional impact.
A performance produced within the project “Fears and phases – transitions of the young adult”, co-financed by The National Cultural Fund Administration.