Onbezongen goes back to the seeds of political life: why do leaders have such a powerful desire for power in a democracy, where power is highly relative and where politicians are subject to the demands of voters, the media and interest groups? Why does a politician seek recognition in a job that is known to be the most unpopular ever?
The Flood is set at the sea. There is a house by the sea. Here lives an amorous couple, a man and a woman. They have nicely appointed their lives: a beautiful setting, time together, time for themselves. But, one morning, bodies have washed up on the beach, a few adults first, then a child.
BigMoutH offered a platform to leaders through history and from across the world, people who invariably spurred masses on to war: praising the fallen, and smooth-talking to their families and loved ones. SmallWaR shifts the focus from statesmen and commanders to the small fry and the effects of stirring words.