She puts spaces before the question marks when texting. Consistently.
Is that what we're doing now?
Shot on 16mm and straight to Netflix. This seems like a good model for the content producer/exhibitor. It really helped it seem more like a genuinely independent film. The only giveaway was the amount of quality music. Unless the costs have gone down recently, I imagine Netflix spent a fair bit on clearances.
If we are to take some of the character's feelings as representing the filmmaker's view, there were some attitudes that came through this film that I couldn't go along with. Although as a satire it avoids overtly stating anything and so invokes the shield of plausible deniability.
They are as follows:
- Theatre is better and more worthy than film.
I find the theatre to be a great workshop for actors but the results have never impressed me as much…