Why do we label people as 'normal' or 'abnormal', and what happens when we let go of these distinctions? In Maar niemand kuste mij, Carte Blanche confronts the audience. How do we look at each other, what do we see, and what do we think of that? And what happens when the separation between audience and actors is suddenly no longer clear? An auditory performance in which the prevailing norms about what is normal is questioned (or perhaps radically rejected). Director: Xandry van den Besselaar.