See it if You want to see young women performing their own content about VERY relevant issues to their lives. You care about fighting rape culture.
Don't see it if You dislike an assemblage of different stories/ prefer a linear narrative. Possibly better appreciated by a teenage/young adult audience.
"A timely discussion of rape culture and sexual assault through a series of vignettes, sometimes dramatic and sometimes comedic...Some scenes in 'Blurred Lines' are stronger than others, but as a whole it sends a vital and powerful message about what it means to be a young woman in today’s world...Each scene is also augmented by well-staged physical comedy. The moments of drama and intense emotion are also delivered and handled well."
"As their shows are all written by young female artists mostly in their late teens and early 20s, they tend to be refreshingly honest, unapologetic and totally relatable. 'Blurred Lines' is no exception...They speak for the voiceless, the ones who cannot speak out for fear that their lives will be in jeopardy. Girl Be Heard shows should be required viewing for all school curricula, and that is exactly their mission."
"The stellar production is an exposé of rape culture...The brilliance of 'Blurred Lines' is that it nets this slippery monster and pins it down with irony, satire and ridicule, all the while examining how it parades itself publicly, cloaked in the righteousness of normalcy...It should be seen by everyone; it is that good...'Blurred Lines' is a terrific, maverick production...An amazing, thrilling work. What it says we need to hear and see again and again."