Based on the FBI interrogation of Reality Winner, this is a literal reenactment of a completely uninteresting, routine questioning. The movie implies that this is a "tense" situation thanks to its ominous tone and a lack of background info. While I'm sure Reality was concerned about her future, most of the drab conversation is concerned about a cat and dog inside the house and seemingly never-ending small talk about said cat and dog. And when the transcript has Sydney Sweeney chat about how much weight she can squat, and even shows us real-life pictures of Reality, the cringe reaches peak levels.
A fairly standard but enjoyable giallo. There's decent acting, a story that actually makes sense, and a great score. While not the most stylistically impressive, the neat camera angles, Italian scenery, and seductive cinematography put this a cut above average. The finale is fantastic—with Anita Strindberg in one of the sexiest damsel in distress sequences ever.
A subversion of the classic western, Unforgiven takes that American myth and reconstructs it as a rough tale of damaged characters with difficult pasts. This is cleverly represented by the biographer character who writes his tales of the old west as the heroic ideal while being privy to the gritty reality. Aside from the layered characterizations, this really is standardly plotted, but very well made with great tension, acting, and some humor.