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I May Destroy You
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A perfect movie. Ruth Cracknell performed as usual. Young Toni Collette just started her career but shone as well.
Relatively mundane explanations for what we see sets the tone for the film, which consistently teases us with the prospect of true aberrance, but routinely settles on a more obvious vision of the world.
While it got better at the end, it was too full of Shakespearean garbage to be of much value to me. A rare weak film choice from Toni Collette.