This story could be written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky if he were alive at the beginning of the 21st century.

She and he, present-day “humiliated and insulted”, the people on the sidelines of life. They live in a borrowed house while its owners are in prison. They don’t have gas, water and work. They have nothing but their naive poetry and themselves.

The joint project by Belarus Free Theatre and Radio Free Europe/Radio Liberty's Belarus Service introduces works by students of Fortinbras theatre laboratory. It is citizen journalism created by keen enthusiasts rather than by trained journalists. Today we introduce a film by Daria Andreyanava and Nikolai Kuprich House Number 5.

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