See it if A conventional if uninspired tale of blood & brothers buried under the sledgehammer direction of Moresco. Mickiewicz emerges as least bloody
Don't see it if A priest's blessing at the play's onset is the last moment of serenity in this loud, toxic, agitated dysfunctional drama a la Miller & Mamet
See it if you want to see an interesting story of family relationships unfold. Some of the past events were a bit confusing.
Don't see it if you don't want to hear actors screaming at each other -- a lot of yelling, as the whole play was presented at a fever pitch.