Plasticine

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Genesis, 2002 - Drama - 52 pages
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An extraordinary and disturbing play about post-Communist Russia by a young Siberian-born writer.

Evening Standard Award for Most Promising Playwright
Anti-Booker Prize, Moscow

In a faceless city in the depths of present-day Russia a young boy dies. Women in the street are drunk, fight and demand sex. Maksim, a schoolboy, makes his way through this urban hell. His only retreat is into a private world moulded by himself, out of which springs a final act of reckless courage.

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User Review  - Chris - Goodreads

Visually interesting and emotional, but since there is essentially no let up in the string of bad things that happen to this character you start to get numb to them. It paints a vivid picture but I wish there was slightly more balance Read full review

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