A terrific stylistic thriller set against a backdrop of Covid and anti-police protests in Seattle, with Zoe Kravitz starring as the agorophobic techie working in her Seattle loft for an Amazon-like company that has an Alexa-like device called Kimi. Steven Soderbergh shows off his directing chops with some really cool shots, and wry commentary on the tech world we live in. Reminded me of The Net (that Sandra Bulloch film when ordering pizza online was really cool), with a touch of Black Mirror. Really liked it, and people should see it.
Befuddled by the critics' raves of this film. Sure the cinematography is pretty (but not much better than Yellowstone), but the film is just a series of vignettes that plods toward a predictable ending. None of the characters is particularly appealing, and Rose's turn from preaching temperance to an alcoholic happens somewhere between scenes with no explanation. But I guess critics just love Jane Campion. It sure wouldn't make my list of Oscar contenders.