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L'amore ist nicht une chose for everybody

(Loving Kills)

You have Nothing. A neon sign illuminates an airport gate.Here a hostess wanders around in her routine of announcements and demonstration of security measures. Here she welcomes travellers who, while waiting for the flight, meet, clash and confront each other with love and their convictions. The gate is a place where bodies scream all their need for love.In this no-man's land where life is suspended, the performers embark on a journey in which each of them recalls their own experience: what does it mean today to be thirty and tackle love? How can we talk about love? What and how many forms of love are possible today? What role does love play in our lives? The thirty-year-olds video-interviewees who give voice to a fragmented generation, halfway between the model of love received from previous generations and an a yet undefined alternative, also try to answer those questions. In today's society where everything seems to revolve around the concept of freedom, the individual is also in a condition of vulnerability.

 

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text

Thomas Couppey

Simon Waldvogel

direction

Simon Waldvogel

artistic supervision

Carmelo Rifici

with

Thomas Couppey

Aurelio Di Virgilio

Camilla Parini

Anahì Traversi

Carla Valente

Simon Waldvogel

assistant director

Federica Carra

lights

Matteo Crespi

scenes

Giulia Breno

dramaturg

YvesRegenass

video

Pietro Zara

production

Treppenwitz Collective