After the adaptation of Berlin Alexanderplatz, Natalia Korczakowska again reaches for great literature, the classics of the social novel. Dangerously current. Whatever the name of Idol is – Lenin, Stalin, Hitler, Mao – the tyrant is always a caricature of the devalued Father. Absurd militants are throwing themselves into the vortex of the massacre to stay alive – that’s how crimes that are patricide multiply. The guards from the Stalinist labor camps, the Shoah’s torturers, the red guards Mao, with the blessing of their Party, murder not only their own kings, but also their own families – they rave about new beginnings. Devils, demons want to instil in our heads the thought that homicide has ceased to be a murder and that we are free, after the intoxication of killing ourselves and others. It is a lesson of totalitarianism and learning unhappiness.