“Even if it is occasionally hard, I like looking people in the face and defending my true perceptions of the world around me. I’m trying to belong to myself; for everything else constantly betrays me. Reality is not a dimension I often choose but truth is a whole other case. I think what counts is inner courage, and what matters, most of all, is a sense of being whoever you wish to be and having as less regrets as possible.”
The play tells a simple story. An older woman falls in love with a scheming girl that has her wrapped around her little finger. The girl takes advantage of her, squeezes everything she can out of her, and dumps her.