Vienna, 1923. A group of sexually entangled medical students struggle to find meaning in a changing world.
Pains of Youth by Ferdinand Bruckner in a version by Martin Crimp is a brutal portrait of hedonism, promiscuity, betrayal and the most tragic illness of all: being young. This haunting play still resonates with the young generation of today.
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