It is about an avant-garde popular play, written in the Pontiad dialect. It is written in the time when the Red Revolution agitates violently the corrupted Tsarist Russia and the ruling class is frightened in the hearing that it will be abolished. The writer, inspired by the climate and the fever of the time when the people were surging out in the streets asking from the Tsar freedom and independence, wrote this play to give his own answer. Lazaragas is an unscrupulous exploiter, hunter of the power who does everything to succeed and to be raised socially. He forces out his wife, to live with his servant and he seizes the fields of the villagers when they cannot pay him their debts. A day however comes when the villagers arise, within the general revolutionary climate, for independence and autonomy in Caucasus and they lead him to trial. Although in the end he is acquitted because he himself as well as the class to which he belongs are construction of a corrupted society. The epilogue of the play says that as long as darkness, superstitions and magic exist, it will not appear a place for light, truth and freedom.