Volksbühne Berlin am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz
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Sat 17.06. 19:30 Athen  
Sun 18.06. 19:30 Athen  

I love you, but I've chosen Entdramatisierung

by René Pollesch


Sitting around here the other day, the atmosphere was pleasant and I had a feeling of being at home as I soon realised that that kind of thing – like, home as a relevant space for living, means nothing to the person opposite me. And suddenly I’m beginning to find the notion of home a bit absurd, too. I’m always willing to enter into a constructive dialogue with the other person, you know. Obviously, his own relevant living spaces are difficult to conceptualise in traditional terms. He has no home. Yet he is, of course, not homeless. As I start a fresh attempt by changing the subject altogether, I touch on the topic of ‚future’, and it’s exactly the same thing: the future simply means nothing him. The future wasn’t anything that had any relevance for him at all.

Duration: 1h 20min

  

With: Kathrin Angerer, Inga Busch, Trystan Pütter and Samuel Schneider

Director: René Pollesch
Stage Designer: entwickelt von Lenore Blievernicht / Nina Peller mit den Wagen der Rollenden-Road-Schau (RRS) von Bert Neumann, Volksbühne am Rosa-Luxemburg-Platz 2000-2006
Costumes: Nina von Mechow
Light Design: Frank Novak
Camera: Mathias Klütz
Video: Ute Schall
Video Editing: Cemile Sahin
Sound: Hans-Georg Teubert, Georg Wedel
Video: Deniz Sungur
Boom Arm: William Minke
Dramaturgy: Anna Heesen

I love you, but I've chosen Entdramatisierung - von René Pollesch from Volksbühne Berlin on Vimeo.

Inspiration by

John Prine - Everybody wants to feel like you
Al Green - I'm so tired of being alone
Bobby Womack - I’m through trying to prove my love to you
Why? - Sky for Shoeing Horses Under
Stelvio Cipriani - Too Risky a Day for a Regatta
Roy Orbison - Growing up
KIZ - Koksen ist scheiße
Nino Rota - L' Harem
Bruce Springsteen - Backstreets
Scott Walker - Windows of the World 

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