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Magnus Roosmann’s very naked portrayal of Job, the man who regresses down to the level of a new born baby quite chopped up into small pieces by what he is exposed to, receives a secure setting that highlights and gives contours to the raw pain. It is also the physical shape of the room that creates stability to the drama of despair, Lars Östbergh’s set design transforms the stage floor into a slaughtering-block. All the blood can be washed away so easily – a blank space where a whole series of brilliant acting can excel in rapid changes between farce and tragedy. The darkness wins, babble and antics give way to body and pain and quite uncompromisingly – which feels liberating in an increasingly comfort-oriented theatrical climate.

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