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See it if Like shows that depict current political landscape, not afraid to address sensitive topics
Don't see it if If you not want to see political dramas, That do not give clear answers
See it if you want to see stereotypic one dimensional characters interact.
Don't see it if you want to really understand the drivers here. you are not interested in talk.
See it if life of a Muslim family living in the UK; many issues - effects of colonialism, heritage v. assimilation, domestic violence, racism
Don't see it if at 2 hours, 40 min. it is very long; you would be bothered by many, many issues; want a stereotyped version of Muslim culture
See it if Volatile, combustible drama dealing with a man pushed to extremes by family & community (Muslim) Dense with ideas but well shaped by Bonney
Don't see it if A good edit wouldn't hurt (one to many subplots occur) while still keeping potent "angry young man" theme Balance of family conflicts uneven
See it if for beautiful writing, vivid characters you care about, timely political/social issues
Don't see it if your short attention span prohibits you from being absorbed by an epic story with profound ideas and emotions.
See it if Reminded me of a John Obsorne 'Angry Young Man' play, but with the caveat of being an angry young Muslim man. A lot of interesting ideas.
Don't see it if You are looking for something light. Plotting isn't perfect, but it's still well done.
See it if you want to see a show that is an issue today with Muslims wrestling with conflicts over their acceptance both in their country & home life.
Don't see it if you don't enjoy family or religious issues portrayed by one British family's handling of such.
See it if you want to see an interesting drama about Muslims with a lot of contrasting issues. Some of these issues get very confusing.
Don't see it if you want to see a show about ordinary Muslims. Every possible issue and problem that Muslims could have is crushed into this show.
See it if you want to see an exciting, incisive exploration of how messy it is to be a person (in this case, a Muslim person of Pakistani descent).
Don't see it if you're not interested in confronting messy contradictions and grappling with topics that aren't very clear-cut.
See it if If you want to see an extremely intense play about the world and prejudices. Very closely related to Trump's Wall. The cast is extraordinary
Don't see it if You can sit for a long time in a very many-layered play and don't want to watch the sad state of our world.
See it if you're interested in plays about relevant topics like what it's like living as a Muslim in the UK. So many social issues are jammed in.
Don't see it if you don't like 2.5 hour plays dealing with heavy social topics. You are looking for answers. Play sheds light, but doesn't offer resolution
See it if you reject stereotypes and want to learn more about what drives people from other cultures - even if their actions may seem confusing.
Don't see it if you object to messy characters who may act in contradictory ways as they navigate a world that judges based on stereotypes
See it if You want to show support for Southeast Asian artists. If you like dramas that mix family and political themes.
Don't see it if You want an easily-digestible, tightly-written play that knows what it wants to be.
See it if You are interested in an immigrant story about a Pakistani family living in contemporary Britain.
Don't see it if You aren’t interested in families that encounter racism and have personal problems.
See it if You want to see a good topical first drama by an emerging young playwright. A long but interesting view on Islam and family in society.
Don't see it if You’re not open to experiencing works by new authors or don’t want to deal with current religious and family issues.
See it if For excellent drama, Incredible tale of family navigating racism and Islamophobia, A reflection on fidelity to oneself & family & principles
Don't see it if You are not able to own confront your prejudice, Our audience's behavior was unusually rude with whispers, rustling of paper & candy wraps.
See it if you like seeing the relevant-topics-du-jour on stage. Lots of POVs presented, but no guidance about right/wrong. A muddled, meandering mess.
Don't see it if you want stellar performances (acting is uneven), exciting staging (it's flat), or a coherent script. Characters are inconsistent. Too long.
See it if You like shows that are current and topical and give you a glimpse into what is likely a seldom seen culture to you.
Don't see it if You want a lot of action. This is about seeing into a culture you probably don’t know much about more than telling an original story.
See it if You like well-acted dramas dealing with contemporary issues, in this case Muslim identity in the West.
Don't see it if If problem plays, even with humor, aren't your cup of tea.
See it if to see a timely drama exploring the pain experienced when your own country treats your religion & culture as something alien & hostile.
Don't see it if you’re in a coma? This should be seen by all. The writing is brutal/unflinching in its honesty, yet there is plenty of family humor as well.
See it if lively presentation of roots of Muslim-Brit citizen hatred racist white English culture, conflict btwn 1st/2nd gen Mus-Brits, Mus misogyny
Don't see it if theatrical presentation of rich issues awkward & at times obvious, characters make speeches rather than organically interact, needs editing
See it if You enjoy family dramas. There are some good scenes, but there is too much filler & low energy scenes that take the life out of this show.
Don't see it if You dislike slow and overly long plays. A runtime of 2 hours and 40 minutes is completely unnecessary for this show. Author needs to Edit
See it if You’re interested in fine acting in a play about a multi- generational, middle class, Muslim family in a complex urban environment.
Don't see it if You have no interest in a very complex story about a Muslim family that includes int’l politics, family status and corporate issues.
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