I’ve forgotten what normal feels like. I’m five times as old as the country I live in. How’s that for normal?
Prague 1926: Six Czechs and a German walk into a flat… The world is in constant upheaval and nothing is certain. It’s a late spring evening when we see a director, producer, porter, actress, gambler and a pair of students gather together in a Prague apartment to discuss (among other things) life, the Great War, Shakespeare, particle physics and, of course, alcohol.
Some of the people know each other, some don’t. Some experienced the war firsthand, others didn’t. Some will admit they’re unhappy, others won’t.
Yet whether or not they like it they can’t hide from the world outside.
Cut Once is an original piece of writing by Rob Younger which seeks to explore what it’s like for ordinary people to live through extraordinary change