The piece emerges as a need for movement research, based on the world of refugees and borders. Frontier barriers that, for centuries, we placed between worlds, countries and people. This distance, real and hypothetical, places both performers in a relationship of approach and distance, of power and uprising, sharing the same common premise: the impossibility of a border with ourselves.
This relationship makes the interpreter rebellious, weak, compassionate, aggressive, obedient and invasive with the other, resulting in a visceral human relationship. We ask ourselves, what happens to men who in violence go beyond the prohibition?