An Ethiopian family that has a child with a social stigma tries to deal with daily problems. The father of the family decides to leave them and return to Ethiopia and the mother and her three children find themselves on a slippery slope. The play consists of realistic materials and is performed in a physical, minimalist and understated fashion.
Critical comments: “Whoever wants to understand the pain and frustration that burst onto our streets last year in the violent protest demonstrations by youth of the Ethiopian community should see this small and powerful play” (Shay Bar-Yaakov, Yediot Aharonot)
Written and directed by Moshe Malka; actors: Tehilla Yshayahu-Adghe, Emos Ayenu, Heli Amresh-Sinka, Temessegen Senvetu; set and costumes, Nava Shtar; music, Abate Berihun; lighting, Nahorai Levidor; assistant to the director, Nir Landa