The tone is both satiric and serious, zany but heartfelt, and for a while - maybe 20 minutes - all seems well. show more
Tamara Drewe is so light, it's almost pure froth. show more
The story's literary underpinnings are hilariously represented by the denizens of a seedy writers' retreat situated near Tamara's old house, which she has come back to reclaim after her mother's death. show more
February 15, 2011 roytwing
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Poor. Two dimensonal, unlikeable characters. Plot holes. Appears to have been produced by drama students with more theory than ability.