- Miles Fielder
- 16 August 2010
This article is from 2010
Spirited if amateurish production
The typical domestic dysfunction endured by a group of young people sharing a flat in London explodes into something altogether more disturbing with the arrival of a new flatmate, an apparently shy Goth girl who has some serious anger management issues. Her problems, however, merely boil to the surface those of her cohabitants: selfishness, unrequited love and repressed sexuality among them. Although this spirited if amateurish production has a serious edge, it’s largely played for laughs.
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