What is truth? Is our consciousness capable of correctly assessing our actions? And what is "right"? What do we feel or what we think? Or think what we feel. A kind of "deception" that protects us from the truth. The universal human norm of behavior - is it true, inherent in man? If something happens to us, how to express this "happening", so that your statement is not a lie? Because the feelings that are expressed in words lose their meaning. And the person turns out to be "a beggar and a naked, lonely and withdrawn in his world". But is this always bad?
The play also uses motifs from the works of Boris Vian, the classic intellectual kitsch, a vivid representative of the post-war French avant-garde.
Duration: 1 hour 25 minutes (no intermission)