Two drifting characters drive eastward on a quest for their identity. Arriving in Moscow, the concrete buildings uncannily resemble those of the Parisian suburb in which they used to live. At night, the constellations speak to them of a bygone time. Shunted between a deafening past and a taciturn present, they seek their centre of gravity.
In what ways do personal and political catastrophes echo each other? Marina Skalova, the dramaturg of the saison_drüüü at POCHE /GVE and recipient of the Stück Labor writing grant, has devised an absurd family road-trip which questions the commodification of love, the rise of individualism and the decline of collective values.
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