I watched this mainly for Matthew MacFadyen but sadly he was only in one short scene.
This is a very very VERY slow paced and extremely subtle look at what it’s like to be a woman working in the entertainment industry before the #MeToo movement. However, it’s just too slow at times, and while I appreciate the subtlety, and allowing the audience to pick up on hints, and the demonstration of complicity , and the pervasive sense of dread that clouds the entire hour and a half, I do wish there had been a little bit more action.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
i wish instead of that melodramatic seven years later ending we'd gotten to see chloe meet her birth parents and adjust to life but otherwise this was a fun time and i love sarah paulson and the actress who played chloe was also really good
edit: omg the actress who plays chloe, kiera allen, is an actual wheelchair-user!! how cool is that!