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Less a pulse-pounding thriller than a conversation starter about injustice and vigilantism.
"M.F.A.'s" themes call for a careful, consistent tone that it is rarely able to maintain, and an increasingly ridiculous third act squanders much of the empathy and engagement that Leite works so hard to build in the early going.
Packed full of "seriously, they went there?" moments, M.F.A. feels like a reductive response to a far weightier issue.
Brazilian-born filmmaker and actress Natalia Leite bypasses many of the clichés that make genre films featuring sexually based violence against women feel so sleazy.
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