Funny and hilarious. This is what clowns usually are. And so
were they at the very beginning of the play carelessly driving us to laughter.
Yet the journey soon drastically changed its direction to talk of child abuse.
Their ugly make-ups worn by ’our’ clowns in a perfect way visually reflected
their troubled souls. The characters believably conveyed the related emotions
while acting. You could feel Philomène’s [Isabelle Defossé]
desperation and helplessness, Bobby’s [Philippe Jeusette] mental dysfunctionality,
insanity and childish unconsciousness. And finally Alice [Georges Lini],