“Three interpreters dance between memories and archival images.
The story of three characters who only understand each other when they dance …
Dance is a kind of biographical effort, in which three performers describe in space their troubled lives, their personal problems, their inability to relate to each other, and then they die on the scene.
On stage, we actually saw three “dances of death”. The characters, who could even be ghosts, struggle against the inevitability of their own death. A dance tragicomedy.”