“so it will be easy we will be able to do it first we will do what nobody could do before us we will do it first so that everything goes well everything will be smooth and it will be great”
The original structure of the text, divided into two monologues, makes it impossible for former lovers to enter into any constructive dialogue. In a choreography of disappointments, they are tangled between unfulfilled expectations and traces of emotions dying in them. Sentences full of bitterness hit the most sensitive points, bring the most intimate images from memory. Pascal Rambert points out, however, that destruction of a relationship begins imperceptibly, almost asymptomatically. As if its collapse was a part of it from its very beginning.