Critic Review - Chicago Reader

The mise en scene often seems to be composed in counterpoint to the action, but the drama itself (whose Strindbergian power and sexual conflicts are realized with an intensity and concentration that suggests John Cassavetes) carries plenty of charge.

February 13, 2001 Full Review Source: Chicago Reader
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