Five individuals retreat to an abandoned domain, far away from the world. They train themselves mentally and physically as a defense strategy against intruders, but realize danger comes from within. They become captive of each other, of their own, their fears and desires. They are not only in the now, they have woken up hidden ghosts and memories lying around in this forsaken place.
One hour can sometimes take longer than a lifetime, contain more truth than a lifetime, make a bigger difference than a lifetime, make a whole life worth living, carry more risks than a lifetime; sometimes it’s harder to make a choice in one hour than in a lifetime; sometimes people know each other better in one hour than in a lifetime.
Excellent performance by Hans Van den Broeck. We see a group of people approaching each other, fighting, the onset for a lot of memorable scenes and a very demanding physical dance. Even if the theme seems brutal, everything is treated choreographically and poetically…
Very stimulating, exciting, and esthetically daring piece (…). Amazing game of perception and storytelling (...). It is like the equivalent of 'Speaking in tongues' or like 'Lord of the Flies': intoxicating