The last part of the trilogy is the story of the mother, Lilla Gát. Once a popular actress in Budapest, she works as a dedicated drama teacher in a Hungarian village far from the capital trying to eradicate prejudice.
Her environment dislikes her unique teaching methods. Her project fails: first her colleagues, then the village people, then her students and finally her son turn against her. Thus, she has to leave the village and return to the capital. The students were played by young people from Transylvania. The play was presented in 11 cities of 8 countries at festivals such as the Kunstenfestivaldesarts in Brussels, the Wiener Festwochen in Vienna and Festival/Tokyo.
Director: Árpád Schilling