In Act 1, Claude, 55, visits his father Alex, 77, in an Alzheimer's ward, intimately tending to his silent, vacant father's bodily needs while hopelessly trying to reach him with monologues and settle misunderstandings. In Act 2, in an eerie reversal of roles, Alex visits Claude in the same ward, similarly finding disconsolate irony where he had looked for forgiveness.
by Michel Tremblay
by Michel Moore
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