Baba, Jee (Father, Yes)

moj productions · Ages 17+ · United States of America

world premiere
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ANONYMOUS uncertified reviewer June 18, 2018
Ayesha uses a specific culture and event to tackle a universal issue, family. Baba, Jee paints an honest picture estrangement, tradition, and reconciliation. Lovely. ... full review
DANIEL FLOREN certified reviewer June 21, 2018
So great. Baba Jee was a joy to watch from start to finish. Great writing, cast, and chemistry.... full review
ROB ANGELL certified reviewer June 22, 2018
tagged as: family · Raw · sweet · culture · clash · aristotelian
A relatable story about family and culture that is both sweet and raw.... full review
BENJAMIN XIAO certified reviewer July 09, 2018
I have to say I was completely blown away by Baba, Jee. It is an extremely well-paced, intensely written, heartwarming tale of a father and daughter struggling to reconnect after years of being apart and through layers of unresolved issues. Baba, Jee portrays the classic immigrant generation gap in a very realistic, grounded way that is very rare to see in plays and movies. Whereas most other similar fare would concoct loud arguments and increasingly absurd situations to highlight the cultural differences between immigrant father and 2nd generation child, Baba, Jee understands that often times in real life, such situations play out more like a subtle game, with both sides quietly attempting to fulfill what they assume are the other's unsp... full review