Just like „The Little Prince” who during his journey encounters many different people,
diverse phenomena and peculiarities,the main character of the B612 through his trip to the universe meets...
his own self.
The symbols are open for the audience’s interpretation...
Some will be enchanted by the world of mathematics remebering the screening of life of mathematical genius in the film „A Beautiful Mind”, others will see here the „Cosmic Odyssey” by Stanley Kubrick, or will let themselves melt away within the mistical fog.
The actors’s play is simple and sharp, very natural.
We don’t have to dwell on what’s going on.
Muscles slightly shaking and his hesitant position reminds us of a first-former at a school’s ceremony.
It’s a pleasure to watch the actor on the stage going through the following stages of his „journey”.
„What a wonderful world”
In Wiktor Malinowski’s monodrama there are no spoken words. There is no such a need.
„Words are the source of misunderstandings” – as Little Prince used to say.
The spectacle enfolds slowly – the symbols enrich it minute after minute,
bringing new senses, but no straightforward answers.
The lights and music are as important as the actor – they perfectly illustrate
the stages of his journey through life.
The man comes out of a shining ball to face the world helpless and deafened by the sounds of the city.
He is still a tabula rasa that life will soon fill with letters and figures of experience.
But, what is natural, our hero-man-everyman starts to find out more about world, develops,
grows up, asks questions, discovers the world, the universe and... himself...
The main character teeters on the brinks of fate, looking for something safe, certain.
He finds it in relations with other people
(a beautiful visionary scene – the play of two shining balls).
But this dependance is fragile and breakable...
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