Do you know what everybody's problem is? We make ourselves believe all sorts of things and then call this 'the world'. Fortunately we have Wim Helsen and Bruno Vanden Broecke to perform this pathetic mechanism for us again in a way that is both perceptive and yet irrefutable. In Gij die mij niet ziet these two top-class performers are sitting in a closed living room as if between two deaf ears. They fantasise to one another about the incredibly beautiful Natasha whom each will soon seduce by putting their best selves forward. Although their opening dialogue appears merely absurd, it turns out to be the foundation for a cleverly constructed text that reduces a whole series of social problems to a matter of our own mental insecurity. Unbridled comedy meets fragile theatre: the Theatre Festival jury describes Gij die mij niet ziet as a deceptively simple gem with some memorable scenes.