Loneliness on the net
from 6.57 EUR
19 November 2020, Thu. 19:30
The main Polish bestseller of the early 21st century,
the most famous and most controversial novel by Janusz Vishnevsky "Loneliness on the Net" is a story in letters about forbidden and so desired love.
One of the most poignant and controversial novels of the century.
This is a story about two loving people who are separated by kilometers of real and virtual space. She lives in Poland, he lives in Germany. One day they will meet by chance on the Internet. And a long online correspondence will begin, which will develop into their passionate attraction to each other. Two languishing souls are doomed to the painful tests of love. The most important problem is the question: what is really detrimental to a relationship - distance or meeting? "Of all that is eternal, love has the shortest period." But was it love? .. A play about deep loneliness on the other side of the computer screen. The whole life of the heroes passes before us. From first love to betrayal. From betrayal to love.
Interpretation of Tamara and Evgeny Morozov.
Music by I. Bach, P. Tchaikovsky, F. Chopin,
French classical music.
The duration of the performance is 1 hour 40 minutes.