"It involves a lot of yelling, growling, tears and physical exertion in the two-hander between Tai-hung and Anne's heated argument, both Keung and Wai gear up to the eleven in their exhausting confrontation, he is in a pink wig and a disheveled dress, incongruously wailing with his masculine, gravelly voice of despair and anguish, while she is a bien-pensant housewife, who has everything to lose if this skeleton in the closet sees the light of day, fighting a losing battle with seething desperation and rancor, for its sheer spectacle of theatricality, TRACEY is worth its salt, including Ben Yuen's terrific facsimile of an aging trans-woman who finally is granted to have a ball before it is too late."
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