By writing subtle popular poetry, BMCie's new playwright Arne Sierens manages to portray in Boste a small part of Flanders. Sierens' expressive Flemish reminds us of a grimy working class neighbourhood in the early sixties and enhances its trivial and drab reality. The spectator is able to view what goes on in someone's head because the play shows us fragments of quick and very intimate associations, personal contemplations and doubts.