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The Dream of a Ridiculous Man
Based on the short story by Russian writer Fiódor Dostoiévski, first published in 1877 in the book “A Writer’s Diary”. The play is about a man who removes himself from society and is aware that he has been a laughable person since his childhood, having always been teased and bullied by others. Every day he wishes to ends his life, but never finds the courage to do so.
- Parental rating
- Not recommended for children under 12
- 67 min
- Original language
- Portuguese (Brazil)
- In theaters
- Category / Genre
- Roberto Lage
- Celso Frateschi
- Àgora Teatro - Sao Paulo - Brazil
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