The New Twenty review
25th December 2011
This is a delicious piece of work, because it brings together situations that showed real life awkwardness and trying to work it out.
Not every scenario played out in a DRAMA!!-way, some very accepting moments of quite deep betrayal.
The way the dynamics of the group evolve and move forward and eventually change is wonderfully handled and gives a more realistic version of how things end up. I prefer this to how people want endings to be, its good to have a contrast.