Martin Rossī theatrical performance: SAY NOTHING - I KNOW EVERYTHING.


The author introduces two women: one who talks a lot, while the other is restrained; one of them has the wish to rule, and wants to force her view of the world and her principles on to the weaker woman and leave her stamp on her. This conflict between a mother and daughter begins much like many other conflicts between the generations. The mother wants to know everything in particular detail; she arrogates to herself a position that is not rightfully hers. The daughter - marked by the fundamentalist religious education of her mother - bears it and meekly pretends she does not mind for a long time, until finally the conflict escalates.