"This might make you talk, hm?"
Has a distinctly New York style that is perfect for the grimy revenge tale it pulls off. Reminiscent of Smithereens and other punk films of the time, Ms .45, is a satisfying fantasy for the voiceless, until it isn't.
Perhaps the intrigue and enjoyment I got from Ms. 45 comes from its vitalizing change of pace. Just as you start to feel comfortable, everything changes, with dynamics you won't expect.
Zoë Lund, wholeheartedly and unabashedly takes this film by the reins, never letting go. Never for a moment does this feel like anything but her's. My worry of a stationary arc was completely proved ignorant by the time the credits rolled.
My largest flaw…