No Exit, and Three Other PlaysBook - 1989
An existential portrayal of Hell in Sartre's best-known play, as well as three other brilliant, thought-provoking works: the reworking of the Electra-Orestes story, the conflict of a young intellectual torn between theory and conflict, and an arresting attack on American racism.
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Frightening or Intense Scenes: Characters are in Hell, are dealing with their past lives and each other's company
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A story of the acquaintance and company of three da**ed people stuck in a room together for the rest of eternity, where they learn more about each other and become the 'torturers' in their personal hells.
No Exit is an existentialist play about three people condemned to eternity in Hell. The play explores what makes it 'Hell', as well as the consequences of your choices.
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“INEZ: Prove it. Prove it was no dream. It’s what one does, and nothing else, that shows the stuff one's made of.
GARCIN: I died too soon. I wasn't allowed time to - to do my deeds.
INEZ: One always dies too soon - or too late. And yet one's whole life is complete at that moment, with a line drawn neatly under it, ready for the summing up. You are - your life, and nothing else.”