When a family’s members have completely different lives, the border between what is correct and what is incorrect becomes very thin. It resembles the place where the Danube river flows into the Black Sea. It’s an uncertain, troubled place, just like the minds of the relatives on a vacation in the Delta, as they stay awake through the night.
(IN)CORRECT juggles with the fantasies and desires of two different generations. Remembering common memories seems to be the solution to being together. But what if we don’t remember the same things?
The performance has been produced in the ‘Gap. Intergenerational narrations’ program, co-financed by The National Cultural Fund Administration.