December 26, 2015
Posted by Louiza Nikolaou
How many times in our lives have we, willingly or unwillingly, witnessed a crime, powerless to intervene?
Romeo Castellucci in Purgatory (2008), breaking with the stereotyped dramatic norms of his earlier work, places us in an apparently monotonous everyday situation. Nothing warns us of w...
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