they say she works with the homeless
and doesn’t eat meat
« and that is why we love to watch da moviesh »
It was like some kid in his first year of film school made a movie that looked like a Scorsese film but lacked the feel of one. It’s touted as this provocative, thought provoking piece of cinema but it just felt shallow with moody lighting and an edgy tone.
There’s a woman whose entire existence in the film is to be stalked and reduced to a shitty plot device? No thank you. I get what he was trying to go…