fter Weird Scenes, Everyone wants to live, The House of Bernarda Alba, Carole Muller Mani Lorang and call the theme of the family at the heart of their new creation. A family that appears to them as a magnifying glass highlighting contemporary society the most narcissistic behavior and most often destructive.
They have always been fascinated by texts and creations that tell stories of characters driven by their obsessions, passions, excessive characters rush around them in a world without landmarks, where everything becomes possible, where we spend ridiculous the uncanny, from the absurd to the tragic.
Paula, a mother, is obsessed with Grace Kelly, in which she finds herself completely in their natural taste for elegance, their passion for the good education of children, especially their unhappy married life. Both, they are placed next to happiness.
But now Caroline, his only daughter, falls in love with Teddy, a talker penniless, who was quick to dig into the family home. As for Bernard, the father, he reached the age of retirement which he hopes to enjoy in Spain with his beloved wife. Caroline will not listen. Shoulder, convinced of the likeness of Teddy with young Frank Sinatra - Grace which once refused advances - decided to support his future son, and draws on the savings of her husband. Is it simply by maternal generosity? The woman, who lives only by proxy, will precipitate his downfall and that of his family.
Mani Muller questioned the irresistible mechanical destruction which is driven in a society, even reduced, as the family, by the fault of the fantasy of one person, how the imagination takes over reality and attempts to seize the moment when everything changes, imagination loses its liberating energy to become destructive force.