"A man in front of a mirror" is a play for women and... their closest associates. "A man in front of a mirror" is a comedy with elements of nostalgia and... a claim to knowledge of life. "A man in front of a mirror" is an ironic monologue on behalf of a generation who grew up in the era of red pioneer ties and black and white domestic TV sets. "A man in front of a mirror" is a frank confession only for adults, or rather, for former children.
The main character, performed by Viktor Andrienko, finally gives answers to "eternal" questions.
What does a man think when looking at a strange woman? And does he think at this moment at all? Why did we get married so early? Is it necessary to give the children a pacifier? Why be afraid at a meeting of classmates? Is smoking really harmful? Who is superhuman? What can an honest man steal? Who from SUPERHEROS was born in the USSR? Where did the automatic devices with the divorce go? Is it possible that if a man has grandchildren, does this necessarily mean that he is a grandfather? What causes a long marriage? Is there sex after 50? And after 55?
In other words, everything you always wanted to know about an adult man, but hesitated to ask him.