Happiness of Man [אושרו של אדם]

On the life of Enzo Sereni, one of the paratroopers who went with Hannah Senesh. When Enzo is caught and locked up in the Dachau camp, he shares a cell with two Italian monks. They speak of philosophy and religion. He speaks of hope and humankind, happiness and purpose, saying he’s happy even here because he has a purpose, a role. The monks are thrilled and exited, feeling that they have seen the light of understanding. Enzo is taken to be interrogated, after which he will be shot.
Format: Short play
Cast Size:4M

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Nationality of Author: Israeli
Original Language: Hebrew
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Dvir

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