The theatrical scene is a jewelry shop in Greece where a robbery is operated. The actors enter covered; they are conscious that they are filmed. This kind of acting in front of the CCTV cameras directs a particular choreography where the actors have to hide whatever may be characteristic in their moves and appearance. The theatrical rules concerning the two actors are here different than the ones we find in Bertold Brecht's or Constantin Sergeyevich Stanislavski's theories on theater acting. The actor here has to be invisible through his capacity to operate quickly and with the most common moves. The actor has to avoid anything that would characterize him as the hero of an act or as a function of his self.