A man goes on a journey in search of love and returns to his village carrying death in the form of a plague-ridden rabbit. The village is ravaged by sickness, and the survivors lose their sense of right and wrong. The opposing values of civilization and barbarity balance on a knife's edge. From the novel by Torgny Lindgren and adapted to the stage by Theatre de Complicite.
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