A small, relentlessly bitter story about the gigantic confusions abounding from troubled childhoods and miserable relationships. The script is poignant and darkly hilarious. All of the performances are miraculous, especially Adam Scott's, who is perfect at playing vulnerable assholes. Contains one of the best sex scenes ever filmed.
Basically just a live-action manga, complete with syrupy melodrama within a loophole-ridden narrative exclusively about people killing each other. The argument that this is a more realistic, socially critical version of The Hunger Games is invalid, it's just more soapy and violent.