Medea isn't the kind of character who needs additional flaws heaped on. In fact, it's a testament to Greek tragedy that Euripides, her most famous chronicler, made the mythological figure sympathetic at all. Rather than getting revenge on her cheatin' husband Jason by killing him, she kills their children. That choice is what makes her story interesting, but it's not going to get her a fan... More >>>
Jan Zvaifler adapts one of Greek myth's least likeable characters into a modern, and perhaps even less likeable, form.