On Good Friday, a brutal double murder takes place in the woods, and the killer records the sickening crime on videotape. With the local media building up excitement - and outrage - at the scheduled airing of the footage, two couples in the midst of celebrating the Easter holiday find their idyll interrupted by the breaking news. Against the backdrop of 24-hour news coverage, the four friends spend the weekend playing cards, chatting, eating, and drinking. Despite their best efforts to enjoy this rare time together, they’re unable to stop talking about the murders and the search for the killer.
"I kept hoping it would get beter"
Charlie Kolostrum carefully crafts his image, sometimes draping a black cloak over his shoulders and donning a black hat (though he knows smoking a pipe would be overdoing it). When friends drop by, he makes sure to leave a few books by Nietzsche on the table (though he prefers self-help manuals). The jobless, self-described wimp lives off the kindness - and financial contributions - of his family and mainly compiles lists of rules to live by, daydreams about rock stardom, and schemes to bed any number of women (though he’s unable to emotionally connect with anyone).
Lisa ist der Roman einer Zeit, in der das Internet der letzte verbliebene Ansprechpartner ist...