I think it would be a mistake to expect a crime thriller that works in a logical world. This is gorgeous and gruesome Vecchiali fantasy and I fell in love and horror at once. Especially enamored with the part where all the women run to the scene of the crime.
I had fun, but it lowkey felt like sitting through an entire season of an HBO series that would not let me pause between episodes....... Overdrawn subplots, confusing repeat of racist jokes (don't worry, we PLENTY get it the first time), and it's annoyingly such a male fantasy movie. On the bright side, I went from not getting Alana Haim at all to being quite charmed.
70mm. Alamo Drafthouse.