- 04 Oct 17
Sharply observed character study captures a generation's emotional isolation.
'I saw a man get stabbed. Held his hand as he bled.'
'Oh, is he, like, dead?'
It's the 'like' that does it. An inability to communicate meaningfully is at the core of Peter Mackie Burns' Daphne, a character study that expands beyond its striking lead performance to comment on social disconnection.