The Comedians Characters

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Brown

Brown, in his late fifties, was born in Monte Carlo in 1906. He is currently without a country, without parents and family. He inherited a hotel from his mother. Prosperous at first he bankrupted with the change of the government and the rule of the dictator Francois Duvalier "Papa Doc" who brings chaos and destruction. In his teenage years he has lost his Catholic faith. He is now detached, cynical, and faithless.

He didn't know his father and spent most of his life surviving on his own. Survival was all he knew, and he had to achieve it by any means he could.

His attempts to sell his hotel have been unsuccessful. He returns to Haiti to reunite with his lover Martha, a wife of the South American ambassador, Pineda. In the end he just wants to be able to take care of his hotel while hoping for some...

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