What leads young Europeans to go and fight for the Islamic state? What is rotten in our society? What leads hundreds of young people to being willing to kill and die for the destruction of our values?
Is it frustration, loneliness, the influence of the media, the influence of the environment, the friendship with the brainwashers, the confusion and the lack of exhaustion of male aggression? Answers to these questions are sought in the stories of mothers whose sons have become ISIS fighters. The creative team is based on authentic testimonies given by these women to the world's media.
Pavel Šimák's directorial approach does not work with shocking media images but highlights the universal human dimension of the story. The performance combines the principles of documentary and movement theater.