A few weeks after the sentencing in the NSU („National Socialist Underground“ – a neo-Nazi terror group) Trial in Munich, the NSU Monologues tell about the year long struggles of three families affected by the NSU – about Elif Kubaşık, Adile Şimşek and İsmail Yozgat:

about their courage to stand in the first row of a funeral march, about their will power to try to rename a street and about their attempt to defend the memory of a beloved person against the apparent truth of the authorities.

The NSU Monologues is documentary, word by word theater, sometimes cautious, sometimes demanding, sometimes raging – rawly and directly they give as intimate insights into the battle of survivors for truth.

And in times of increasing right wing extremism, the NSU Monologues could hardly be more topical.