In her third solo program “Filterloos”, the cabaret artist – born in 1980, born in Iran, pure Viennese – again skilfully builds (word-)funny bridges between everyday behavior and (social) politics: sharp observations on the big topics of the today.
As always, playful words and speech are part of their stylistic tools, sicker jokes and the astonishing change in fractions of a second from one person to another.
Filterloos, or unvarnished, she also picks up on taboo topics, those that her mother says “we always say down there.” And dedicates testicles, tampons (word-)funny number, to the mother’s shame about these passages of the program a separate song.
Her game with linguistic colours and not least the facial expressions is particularly ingenious. (Courier)