In the organizer's words:
Two actresses are rehearsing a play they call "Images of Bergman," based on texts by Ingmar Bergman, and then the lockdowns of the pandemic befall them. The theaters are closed. But they don't let it get them down, and they rehearse for a day X that may come, but you never know. They fight their existential fears with a job as drug testers. This mixture of a diffuse lack of perspective, the question of whether anyone still wants to see theater at all, and the influence of unknown medications turns this play into something that doesn't even exist: An Ingmar Bergman farce. A Kafkaesque comedy. Or as the actress Marianne says in despair at one point: "Let's do these damn "pictures of Bergman". And it will be the best damn Bergman of all the damn Bergmans ever shown. It's going to be the ultimate Bergman shit!"
The screenings are being shown as part of the project: After Nothing. Funded by the German Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and the Media.
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10.00 - 15.00€