You will get stuck in the loop of a very absurd and unconventional relationship between two very unconventional friends. Jen and Lucy will invite you in their “shitty” world, manipulative, silly, grotesque and somehow ironical if not banal. Constantly provocative by any means, they certainly have still the ability to create the shock effect, you will get involved, addicted, curios and mostly disgusted, and yet rejected. No one can understand their silly world, you might get intimate with the “house code”, and indeed nothing is quite expected although sometime might become tedious and pretentious. Perhaps is it a reading of today’s middle class adults? The relationship can be very hard to handle, they can be hard to handle, especially when boundaries are crossed and pushed to the extreme. Their provocation call stretches the limit of what human being can take on, a meaningless provocation that had to get along with the “stuff like that” going on the stage. It is a work of destruction, it shows a climax of deconstruction of a life made of beauty. The endurance of the disruptiveness breaks the bond of the two friends and yet keeps them together. Furthermore they break the relationship with the audience, who feels no welcome when the friendship on stage become openly intimate and ultimately it reveals its on “cracks” and yet it simply keeps going on. It is very achieving in terms of juxtaposition, love and hate, banal and provocative, musical and distorted, illusive and disappointing, manipulative and fake. It is a rally coaster of silliness hard to die.