Based on a Man-booker listed novel, The Fishermen is about four brothers who go fishing somewhere they aren't supposed to and the consequences of that fateful night.
It is fast-paced, the narrative rich with detail, the characters beautifully drawn.
A hotel room, a dead body, a maid covered in blood with a knife in her hand. This isn’t what it looks like, it definitely isn’t.
'Her' is a perverse figurehead for female empowerment and it is that contradiction and the darkness that I loved.
An ordinary American man comes across a men's rights campaigner who seems to have answers to all his problems. It won awards at the Fringe and for good reason.
You'll laugh, scoff and roll your eyes at the irony of what Roger says but the final blow is a tragic irony.