Directed by Davor Pavisa
Actors: Zrinka Anticevic, Biljana Geratovic, Marko Movre, Dinko Vujevic, Marko Cindric, Vedran Strasser, Davor Emard, Stipe Kostanic, Marija Omaljev, Zoran Babic, Koca Vrancic
stage design: Ana Gugic
costumes: Zrinka Nedeljkovic
lightning: Davor Pavisa, Luka Lovrencic
sound: Bruno Pavlovic
poster and programme design: Davor Pavisa/Biljana Geratovic
Searching for a revolutionary psychoanalysis psychiatrist Jacquemort comes to the village where he meets unbelievable characters and sees/experiences unthinkable happenings. Clementine, her husband Angel, their just born children, Culblanc (White-ass) - the servant girl, Glory – a man that does not exist, vicar and others in the village influence on Jacquemort's life for good. Clementine's obsessive care for her children leads her into unbelievable sick methods. Jacquemort's conscience tells him to try to stop her from doing it. Is this village turned up side down or is it just the way that it should be...? One thinks a wall in the courtyard is a prison, the other one thinks it is a protection...it depends on the way watching it. As the happenings in the Clementine's house are evolving, there is "a collective psychoanalysis over psychoanalysis" just being carried out – on Jacquemort himself as well as on the whole village people.
The play was introduced at the Meeting of theatre amateurs of Zagreb. Consequently, it was selected among 8 best plays in the city for 2003, and was played at the “Theatre festival of Zagreb amateurs”. Marko Movre was nominated in the category for the best actor for the role of Jacquemort. Zrinka Anticevic was awarded for the best actress for the role of Clementine. At the “Theatre festival of Croatian amateurs” the play was nominated in the categories for the best play, the best actor (Dinko Vujevic) and Zrinka Anticevic was awarded for the best actress.
The play was a guest performance at the theatre festival in Tuzla, Bosnia & Herzegovina.