Nikolina has fled Yugoslavia and experienced horrors first hand, at the hands of enemy soldiers. This beautifully crafted play highlights the pain inflicted by war and the misery that humans inflict upon each other so intensively. Played with empathy and compassion, the play is a collaboration of sexual violence and extreme emotional pathos set in a simple university setting. The two worlds of the young lovers become entangled in one another and begin to implode and the scene changes in themselves are tremendously slick, as is the performance as a whole. Deliciously controversial, this play shies away from nothing. Not for the faint-hearted, but for the huge-hearted.