"Kahn outshines in this triumphant last instalment of the Kamishibai trilogy" Sarah Roberson, Critter.
What could follow 'The Epicene Butcher' and 'We Didn't Come to Hell for the Croissants'? A rawly candid and epic personal journey across three continents using four story boxes that has overtones of a low-fi Fleabag. Includes Japanese music festivals, two sexy Catholics, dead grandmothers and octopus biltong. So, you know, viewer discretion advised.
"Kahn has the charisma of an old Hollywood starlet, and to be a member of her audience is to be in a state of enchantment for a full 60 minutes" WhatsoninCPT
"Kiss and tell on a whole new level" Nigel Vermaas, Cue
Nominated for both the Fleur du Cap for Best Solo Performance and a Naledi for Best Cutting Edge Performance.