"Faith. Love. Hope. These are nothing more and nothing less than the spiritual pillars of civilisation formed in the Christian tradition. But we were convinced by the courage and radicalness with which the author brought these three spiritual powers into dramatic questioning. We found the horrific consistency with which this story of the fight between good and evil is told to be both thrilling and lasting. We experience the willingness to be a victim in a person beyond any sense of heroism or romantic glamorisation. This is troublesome. And that is why it is stimulating. The author succeeds in using simple means to open our eyes to what the human soul, for better or for worse, will always be: a puzzle. And we left the theatre with this feeling: damned and without redemption, but not entirely hopeless."