viernes, 15 de mayo de 2015


Mi opinión sobre la obra teatral:

Marianne: A by-product of every single one of these theories - almost entirely by accident - is the possibility that we're part of a multiverse... Despite our best efforts, there are certain microscopic observations that just cannot be predicted absolutely. Now, potentially, one way of explaining this is to draw the conclusion that, at any given moment, several outcomes can co-exist simultaneously... In the quantum multiverse, every choice, every decision you've ever and never made exists in a unimaginably vast ensemble of parallel universes... Let's say that ours really is the only universe that exists. There's only one unique me and one unique you. If that were true, then there could only ever really be one choice. But if every possible future exists, then the decisions we do and don't make will determine which of these futures we actually end up experiencing. Imagine rolling a dice six thousand times.

Marianne: We have all the time we've always had. You'll still have all our time... There's no going to be any more or less of it. 

Roland: We should - Afterwards - If you - If we're not both completely exhausted. There's a nice place not that far. We could - We could try going for a drink? But if we get there, if we're there and you, you change your mind, if you change your mind and you wanna call it a day, then we'll just call it a day. We'll just call it a day and you'll never have to see me again.