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5.0 out of 5 stars There's no caretaker at all !, 16 April 2003
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Jan Dierckx (Belgium, Turnhout) - See all my reviews
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This is the story of three men. Mick is the proprietor of a shabby house in the country side. Aston-his brother-is always busy with something but never accomplishes anything. Finally there is Davies, some kind of a hobo, adopted by Aston who gives him a place to sleep and - after a while - asks him if he wants a job as caretaker. Davies is very reluctant and finds petty excuses to postpone the decision of becoming the caretaker.
What is the plot of this play? Everything stays the same, nothing will ever happen. It becomes clear that the three characters are stuck with each other (Pretty much like the characters of 'With closed doors' by J.P.Sartre.).
The most impressive part of the play is the monologue by Aston in which he tells how he was treated with electro shocks when he was a kid. This is one of the most gruesome parts I know in modern theatre.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Finally found it!, 11 Jan 2014
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Been looking for this for a while now and finally came across it! and at such a great price!

Product came very fast and in perfect condition :)

many thanks
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