See it if you're interested in current social events with a twist of early 1900's Northern European culture.
Don't see it if you don't like plays involving socioeconomic issues.
See it if fiercely even handed presentation of ideas & emotions that speak to our times & the constant changing/ balancing of democratic principles
Don't see it if don't want 2 be confronted with 100 yr old evironmental problems that are current today & being asked 2 choose which side you come down on
“The streamlined production is done in period costume but feels thoroughly modern as it brilliantly shows how a simple truth can become twisted and distorted…This fast-moving adaptation could be called Ibsen lite—same themes, less filler. It loses some of the richness of Ibsen’s language but makes his story more accessible. Ibsen was most concerned with the failings of democracy but his other point is even clearer here: Politicians see facts as the enemy."