From what initially seem to be miniature, fragmented episodes, a story is miraculously created like an intricate puzzle. Entirely silent, wordless performances conjure up the explosive conflict between a lonely man and a solitary woman. While they search the earth for love, they switch roles and flit through genres, adopt masks and manipulated puppets. In the end, the happy end never arrives, but the fascinating journey does bring some comfort.
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Nick Sudnik, Andrey Sizintsev
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Maksim Isaev, Pavel Semchenko
Natalia Shamina, Barbara Seifert
"Pookh And Prakh" is a sentimental story, composed of small, seemingly not too interconnected episodes. The play, which does not say a word, talks about two single men and one woman. Engaged in the search for love, they easily change roles and genres, improvise with masks and dolls. Happie End does not come, but the heroes still find peace.