On one hand, she [Billinger] talks about very personal things (…) on the other, so many broader matters are raised that it is easy to make connections to other lives and bodies: to see what is shared. (…) Much more emphasis is placed on dance in the second section. This is distinguished by a nuanced choreography danced in unison that focuses on what is physically shared and unique. Only at the very end do Billinger and Schulz themselves come back on stage and integrate themselves into the choreography: a shared ending to an evening packed with meaning that operates on many levels.“ Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung