Who killed my father

Who Killed my Father is a book drenched with anger about social inequality and the faults of the political elite by young French literary sensation Édouard Louis, written in the form of a letter to his father. Alcoholic, obese and with his spirit crushed by a work accident and a life of disadvantage, the father’s relationship with his homosexual son is complicated, to say the least, yet the letter is filled with filial love. Ivo van Hove has adapted it into a monologue starring Hans Kesting. In Dutch.