Time to get to know the girl behind the clarinet. Whereas the rest of her family make their mark by spitting out rhymes to booming base beats, Jal seeks solace from the chaos all around her in the classical tunes flowing over her single reed. Although seemingly trying to keep a controllable distance from the adolescent conundrum that the 21st century teenagers have created around her, it is not long before she is sucked into the whirlwind of her surroundings. But can the resulting destruction create something better?
Did You Know?
It is implied that Jal is colourblind. This is demonstrated when on two separate occasions she refers to a brown dress as being green. See more
Jal's father's name is spelled "Ronnie", but at Jal's house we see several posters with his name spelled "Ronny". See more
[All the guys at the table are staring at Jal's breasts
Yeah... I mean, yeah.
You're supposed to respect womens' bodies, Muslim boy!
I'm respecting. Believe me, I'm respecting.
References Blue Peter
Clarinet Concerto In A Rondo (Adagio)
Written by Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart See more