In a Middle Eastern desert, three American soldiers guard a seemingly abandoned gas station. Trapped in a confusing, monotonous and sometimes terrifying occupation, they confront powers foreign and domestic, secular and divine, real and imagined. As past blurs with present and reality dissolves, boundaries between friends and enemies break down with horrific results. A complex, semi-expressionistic take on the consequences of modern war.
2 M, 1 F
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World Premiere at Women’s Project and Productions, NYC, director Daniella Topol. Click HERE for production info.