War is violent, but the home can also be a dangerous place. A voice on the telephone and a woman listens. Into a place of safety floods all the rage and anger that blighted the past. Live music and blistering dialogue with bright flashes of humour bring domestic violence out from the respectable shadows. And out on the streets the young take on the roles of predator and victim. Where does the violence come from?
‘A fast moving and schematic survey of some of the patterns of domestic violence in our society … very funny.’
Michelene Victor Time Out 1977
‘It is a good company giving good performances, and Josefina Cupido supplies a musical score and jazz commentary which she sings admirably.’
Ned Chaillet, The Times 1978