The exceptionally scintillating and witty People’s Democratic Circus Sakeshvili continuously plays with the spectator’s reception and subverts the situation created by four characters whose identity constantly changes. The whole is not simply a farce built upon slapstick situational comedy, but a lucid presentation of the society and its authoritative relationships.
The very beginning reminds us of our contemporary history with the recently departed dictator or with the many examples from the territory of the former Soviet Union, North Korea and similar. This earnestness and unity of the society, composed entirely of the colourless Sakeshvilis, continues to burst at the seams ...
The authorities, or better, various beloved leaders, are trying to organise the world according to clear and strict rules, but life is always more complex and chooses countless other paths. And in this lies its beauty, which People’s Democratic Circus Sakeshvili aptly shows.
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