On Easter Sunday, the Lachassette family gathers around Mireille, the sick mother. They toast to the reunion! Absolutely! But caught between paternalism, obliviousness, and the desire to emancipate, is it possible to get along and show respect for the pretty familly setting when the dance of bitterness is being put in place? What can our true identity be within our own family? And how to assert our own uniqueness without hurting the others? We pretend to be happy and things are being said tacitly in order not to wake up the sleeping volcano…

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1 h 30 - Adults and Teenagers

Le bois dont je suis fait

(What I am made Of...)

de Julien Cigana et Nicolas Devort

La Cie qui va Piano

Saturday, 10th March - 8 pm

French International School Auditorium

34 Price Road, Jardine's lookout - MAP