Chekhov's "Seagull" is a legend of the Russian theater. There are five poods of love in it, and everyone is nervous, and all unhappy. The heroes of the play in one way or another repeat the fate of the eldest of them - Sorin - "the man who wanted to" ... All the characters of the Seagull wanted, but they did not achieve what they wanted, according to their own, by the way, guilt. In addition to five poods of love in the play, as many, if not more, of these damned unfulfilled wishes. And also creativity, which is happiness, and torment, and perdition, and temptation. All this Anton Chekhov called a comedy. But it's really funny!