Patient: All Good Children Go to Heaven
Legal Guardian: M.E.H. LEWIS & Barbara Lhota
Insurance: PagePay Plus
Symptoms: holy headaches, back alley blues
Diagnosis: fatherly fervor
Christians pay taxes, but still their children go to Hell if they aren't baptized promptly and exactly. Well balanced religious plays are my favorite. This one's not too blasphemous while not too teddy bear. At first I noted that the symbolism was robust, but over the different plot lines it was dispersed well. The patient is close to earning five stars, but at times the dialogue was either too telling or too simple. This really bumped down the experience. At least the patient is raw. It was almost too scandalous, but the legal guardians properly utilized their characters and tie up all story lines with tact. Perhaps I will be seeing Stoli in my office soon.