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Polygraph (Modern Plays)

af Robert Lepage

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''A stream of visually arresting and magical stage pictures that make most conventional theatrical imagery look half dead.' (Independent) Summer, Quebec City. Following the brutal murder of a young woman, police suspicion rests on one of her close friends, Francois, a student of political science. Meanwhile, a coroner conducts the gruelling autopsy. Based on an uncanny series of interwoven true stories, Polygraph is a play noir- part metaphysical thriller, part murder mystery and part love story, played out in a riveting series of overlapping and shifting perspectives.''… (mere)

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A very difficult play to visualize as it relies heavily on visual technology to tell its story. The amazing visual spectacle doesn't really translate well into writing, and it is almost impossible for me to rate the play fairly since, like all other plays or even more so, it is meant to be seen on stage first and foremost. The words on the page didn't impressed me too much, but then again, this play is more about spectacle than it is about dialogues. I would really like to see it live and thus gain a better perspective on it. As it is, it's only just worth reading. ( )
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''A stream of visually arresting and magical stage pictures that make most conventional theatrical imagery look half dead.' (Independent) Summer, Quebec City. Following the brutal murder of a young woman, police suspicion rests on one of her close friends, Francois, a student of political science. Meanwhile, a coroner conducts the gruelling autopsy. Based on an uncanny series of interwoven true stories, Polygraph is a play noir- part metaphysical thriller, part murder mystery and part love story, played out in a riveting series of overlapping and shifting perspectives.''

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