Robert Moule is a teacher in an elementary school. He has values, principles. He wonders how education can help to improve the society. His good intentions are swept away when Justine, a rebel pre-teen, accuses him of sexual assault. As in Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, Robert Goule, his evil doppelganger appears then, and he's Justine's father, a rich and cupid director of a famous Comedy festival. Our two Roberts with opposite values clash then with unequal weapons.
This twisted and hilarious play humbly talks about living together and questions the law of the jungle which leads our civilisations. What good is it to be good? Joan Mompart, Master of the appearance and disappearance, directs this plentiful text with flexibility, swiftness and subtlety.