After Le Monde renversé, the Collectif Marthe freely based their piece on the essay Se Défendre – une philosophie de la violence by Elsa Dorlin who studied a geneology of self-defence, in particular that which is potentially used by minorities. Gathered in a weapons room for self defense training, are Solange the suffragette, Marilou the Narbonnaise and the mysterious Masque, all three trained by Elo. To this plot are inserted historic scenes, inhabited by figures showing the many different forms of feminism.
Carrying the weight of all oppressions, the bodies of women are at the center of the path created by the Collectif Marthe. In an explosive farce, the four actors literally learn how to fight and confront centuries of patriarchal violence with dramaturgy and laughter.