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Barxotka

A collection of tragic stories about a dead Soviet-era smuggler and the lovers he left behind.

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What possessed you, Lucky?

What possessed you, Lucky?
Frame 1
Dorotnya’s back is to the audience, talking to Lucky.
DOROTNYA To Lucky We’ve only been married...
LUCKY To Dorotnya ...for four months. I know.

Frame 2
Dorotnya is crying, tears streaming down her face.
DOROTNYA To Lucky (off-screen) Why did you marry me, if you’re still in love with your ex-wife?

Frame 3
Ghost Camello is super-imposed on Lucky, as though illustrating how he’s possessed Lucky.
GHOST CAMELLO (THROUGH LUCKY) To Dorotnya (off-screen) Remember that mouthy gypsy boy that introduced us? God, he was amazing.

Frame 4
Dorotnya is still crying, but her eyes narrow.
DOROTNYA To Lucky (off-screen) You have one minute to leave before I call the cops on you.

Frame 5
Lucky is shocked.
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I don't like Mondays!

I don't like Mondays!
Frame 1
Lucky sits at the window, looking blah.

Frame 2
A view of the Moscow skyline.
NARRATOR To Audience Moscow, May 27, 1991 (It’s a Monday. Can you tell?)

Frame 3
Dmitri, Sasha and Zoya are off the train. Zoya is carrying a steamer trunk on her head.

Frame 4
Close up of Zoya.
ZOYA To Audience I carry the luggage. They carry the baggage.
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