Beautiful People pursues five apparently separate London stories which eventually intersect and, in a couple of cases, merge. There's a young doctor whose upper-class, Tory backbencher father is having difficulty adjusting to her Bosnian boyfriend, an amiable obstetrician experiencing his own domestic strife and a severe lack of sleep; and a school teacher facing his fiftieth birthday under the cloud created by his wayward soccer obsessed son, while his wife struggles valiantly to keep the peace.
- " Inventively examines bigotry, combining daring humor and hyperbole, dark realism and shining idealism. " – Lisa Alspector
- " It's a joyful experience. " – Jeffrey M. Anderson
- " About more than Bosnia: it's about the immigrant experience; it's about tolerance; it's about making a difference; it's about learning to make the best of what one has. " – Michael Dequina