The play He calls himself Vandam. Like Jean-Claude van Damme. He’s a hero. A warrior. Continental. Knows everything about combat. He has an opinion on everything. Politics. Women. The world. In 1989, in Prague, he marched down the National Avenue, which on 17 November hosted demonstration that led to the fall of the communist regime in the former Czechoslovakia. Now, his second home is the bar Severka. This is his world. It is here where he talks about politics, where he curses, where sometimes he raises his right arm, evoking the Roman salute, gives lessons on life or breaks somebody’s teeth.