Tomorrow Will Be Better
Three judges are employed at a provincial court inside the polar circle in Siberia: Rembrandt, Nijinsky and Yesenin .They are joined by a fourth judge, Mishkin who soon realizes that the other three aren't actually doing their job. Instead, they paint (Rembrandt), dance (Nijinski) and write poetry (Yesenin). Mishkin does not want and cannot accept this situation. He is determined to do his job and meet the supreme judge. It is not clear whether the latter is sick or away on business or simply does not like human contact. In the end it turns out the supreme judge is actually the old, deaf and mute servant Nikita whom Mishkin shoots by mistake. Using absurdism and humour, this farce reveals the banality of the modern society and interpersonal relations.
MorgenLanguage of translation: German
Zavtra budet ličšeLanguage of translation: Russian
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