A low-key, indie-style comedy that plays precariously close to an unfunny sociopathic case study.
Lurid? get real with yourself.
Dec 20 - 03:26 PM
Astute, man. as-fuckin-tute.
Mar 29 - 08:12 AM
I disagree with the interpretation that the movie at any point asks us to love Mavis. It asks us to forgive her, certainly, but not love.
I see the movie more as a portrait of a stunted, narcissistic, sad, deluded person. She doesn't learn. There is no revelation. She doesn't even get her comeuppance. In fact, in a horrifying scene that was shot just as tensely as any horror/thriller, Mavis's narcissism and delusion is refueled by a sad worshipper, Sandra (in my opinion, the best and darkest scene in the entire movie).
Liam Lacey describes the movie as emotionally stunted. Perhaps he was looking for some sort of fulfillment or message. There is none. I see the movie as unapologetic in its honest depiction of a certain type of person many of us have encountered.
Sep 14 - 02:29 PM
Corey Van Vrouwerff
Could of been better but kept finding my self dozing off not to mention i actually had to put the subtitles on just to hear or know wht they were saying on a side not she is good actor
Sep 17 - 10:13 AM