The pixels of the story are around the downfall of a legendary star teacher, Helga Káldi, and the mysterious death of her student, the nine-year-old Berci Pál. The mosaics are pushed sometimes by strange, other times by mediocre figures, while the seconcs of TikTok of time flutter mercilessly, creating the dizziness of the eternal present.
The secret of the elementary school on Sodrás Street is smeared by the net-narcism and feces of our characters. Reality, like a centipede, slips away from the blinding light of the ego, hides in a crack, only daring at night to walk through sleeping faces. In the dreams of our caharcters, something from the past still emerges, with a Nirvana song, a Rembrandt painting, that is easily erased in the morning by an update.
They wake up in a collective exhaustion of consciousness, volunteering for the Finals of Oblivion to play the show of fallen angels.
Andrea Pass was born in 1979 and grew up in Győr. Between 1994-1998 she studied at the local Kazinczy Ferenc High School. Between 1999-2004, she studied theater history at the University of Veszprém and obtained his diploma. Between 2005 and 2006, she was the news editor of the West Transdanubia Region studio of Magyar Rádió. Between 2007-2010, she worked as a director's assistant at the Béla Pintér Company.
Between 2007 and 2008, she participated in the CEU screenwriting training. Between 2011 and 2012, she was a drama teacher at KOMA Társulat and at Száhahalombatta Kőrösi Csoma Sándor Primary School. From 2010 until its termination, she was the director and assistant director of the Szputunyik Shipping Company. She has written and put on stage several dramas.