The Banyan examines the importance of appearance with Fat Pig.
By Kay Kipling
Familiar because it revolves around unhappy young adults, living in an urban setting, who are dealing with relationships or the lack of them and who are not by any means very likable and who do some not very nice things. Different, perhaps, because in this case we do feel sympathy for at least some of the characters and wish things could turn out differently.
Sam Osheroff and Margot Moreland in the Banyan’s Fat Pig.