The play showed at Tmuna between 11/2011 to 6/2006
"Blood relationship" based on the famous play "Circle" by Arthur Schnitzler presents a cycle of sexual encounters between different characters of the volume of the urban millennium . The play showcases the harsh everyday use sex as currency trade and its use to achieve a position of power in relationships. Seven figures representing different faces in the alienated human world in which we live.
The prostitute (Liat Akta) on the outskirts meets a soldier (Tomer Ben David), reply from the army and seducing him for sex quick, hasty and humiliating behind the bus stop. The soldier, in the midst of stupefying trance party, meets a girl (Ricky Belich), what begins as an encounter quickly dragged innocent sex blunt and sharp, leaving the girl Battered and bruised.
The dragged girl arrived in her home where she expects her brother (Kobe Stamberg), a cynical young unemployed guy that develops a forbidden sexual longing for his sister. Brother while in a relationship with Mrs. Maor (Ahuva Keren), the wife of the professor. The woman is not sexually satisfied, given the anxieties age and seeks salvation through paid sex with young men. When she returned home, her husband Professor Maor (Nissim Zohar), she returns to the relationship off, to the marriage after the love is over. In desperation husband fled wandering on foot through the city, where he meets a boy (Ofer Ein Gal) landlord himself single men.
Finale takes place from the beginning of the meeting between the prostitute and the boy play. What begins with open hostility between them, slowly evolving the touch of hope. It was there, she suddenly popped compassion.
At the end of the play reveals that the relationship between the characters is AIDS, which patients play a metaphorical image of the inner nested within all the characters.
In a concise, contemporary and rare honest language claim the theater creators of the show that the society in which we live has become opaque, self-serving, exploitative. Cold utilitarian considerations take the place of personal contact between people. The play presents a sharp look which reflected a painful picture of the company is accelerating the crash.
Play: Efi Cohen.
Director: Dalia Shimko.