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Colleen’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
Warmed up to it more on a second viewing and made peace with Sharon’s minimized role. It’s just enough to not overstep the delicate nature of her memory, and Margot makes her so sweetly endearing that the absolute glee I feel in the last act is less so because of the violence(definitely still cause of Brad tho), but because I’m so glad she’s gonna be okay.
At least in this version of the story:/