Antonin Artaud staged his adaptation Les Censi in 1935, but his extensive use of surrealism in the performance meant that the production was shown only 17 times before closing. Artaud used highly graphic and disturbing images that were meant to release the audience from their current state of mind, especially during the murder scene where the main character Count Cenci (the role that was played by Artaud) is murdered by his two servants. These images were supposed to release what Artaud called the "savage under the skin", an aim that was commonly used by Artaud in many of his productions. 
fighting it. the members in this platoon were depicted as very detached from the rest of the war. 1. ) this platoon all alone seemed as if the soldiers were fighting their own war 2. ) followed a chain of command in order to govern themselves a. two sgts that had different views to fighting, and leading. 3. ) resulting in trouble leading the platoon and leading them as a whole b. ) fighting within the platoon (savagery of war leached into platoon fighting within) IV. ) with both of these groups forgotten, and totally on their own the rules to what is right and what is wrong is entirely distorted. both groups use what they believe to be right in order to survive.