"Barbro Westling see Sara Granérs puppet show ”An idiot among us”"
"You should not have smoked a cigarette, you should have filled in his declaration. You should not been eating chips, without the quinoa. In general, it should have ”been better”."
"Sara Granér upgrade of An idiot sometimes us guilt and shame to the societal level and the individual's problems are seen to be dripping with laconic. Her familiar cartoon characters buzzing around with open eyes and the winding arms."
"Malmö dockteaters revolving stage (!) spinning around to the enumeration of how normal everything is. The vending machine, mobile phone, china behind köksluckorna. It is in the next wedge of the scene, in the nature, as other are, it is so good to blame. Until it where hundhuvudet suddenly at home in their own kitchen."
"nSom always at Malmö puppet show, it is the experience of the material that comes first. The hand-made scenes in the papier mache of a pharmacy, a police station, the urban environment, pub and prison are both recognizable to detail, and something surreal more. An apt picture of the individual's originated from the fact the network is so much bigger."
"Sara Granér read with clarity and röstförvrängare its resourceful text and also informative digressions about what, for example, the phrase ”deep inside” correspond to in the human body. Petter Herbertssons ödesbundna and sad music track adds to the sinister."
"But the text stands as well as for himself, doing a kind of resistance while the scenes fast forward, stands still and blinks. Solidarity with the special mood of loneliness, however, can again, also in this show at the Malmö puppet show."