Second Man: Father and I love trains, he takes me there in the morning because that’s when there are a lot of trains passing. Father tells me to wave to them, just you go and wave, because they go by fast and are forgotten just as fast. Then others come, and others still, and others again, and you suddenly forget what you really wanted. And finally in the end when you say: forgive me, there is no one to hear you say it. To tell you – it’s all right, I know. To tell you – you forgive me.
THE PLAY BRINGS A STORY ABOUT NINE PEOPLE WHO FIRSTLY MEET AT THE MOMENT OF A TRAFFIC ACCIDENT, AND THEN EXACTLY A YEAR AFTER THAT EVENT WHEN THEY ARE DEALING WITH THE AFTERMATH OF THAT TRAGIC EVENT. ALL WILL BE THEN UNITED BY CHARACTERS OF A BOY WHO DID NOT SURVIVE THE ACCIDENT AND ANOTHER MAN WHO CAUSED THAT VERY ACCIDENT.