Schneider's play about prejudice and anti-foreign sentiment has
become one of the most frequently performed works on the
contemporary German stage.
A man walks onto the stage with a bouquet of roses in his hand.
He begins to speak. The man's name is Sad -- he is an Arab. In the
evening he sells roses to finance his studies. The hatred of the
population towards him is so intense that he begins to turn on
himself. "That's correct", he says, "I am dirty". The intensity of
the monologue increases; it becomes passionate, desperate. He
continues to speak. He screams. Screams for his life.
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