- Tatiana Frolova / Théâtre KnAM
- Performed by
- Dmitrii Bocharov, Vladimir Dmitriev, Tatiana Frolova, Germain Iakovenko, Ludmila Smirnova
1991 saw the collapse of the Soviet Union, but just before disappearing it gave birth to its last generation amidst the ruins of an immense dream. These children of the Nineties became a generation ‘in limbo’ which had learned how to wait for a better future but had not learned how to act within or integrate into society. Situated between fiction and documentary, this production is not only a theatre project, it is first and foremost a fascinating social exploration of contemporary man and the continuation of Tatiana Frelova’s research, which once again presents and represents a crossroads between images, destinies and testimonies that throw light upon the complex reality of Russia today. This collection of statements from the inhabitants of Komsomolsk-on-Amur in Siberia reveals a plural truth that Frelova articulates in this resolutely political work full of humanity.