don’t read my reviews, they’re terrible
The first 40 minutes takes a long time to lay out what could have been done in less but once it starts, it starts. despite the repetition and frustratingly slow build up, it has some genuinely surprising and unsettling moments. the realistic subject matter makes it even more terrifying, and it has an ending so badass it merited a good "holy fuck" from me
i havent been able to properly articulate my feelings about his film. i loved it, but i have one big issue with it. pls dont come at me.
im tired of seeing lesbians getting killed. they include us in their films to make us feel represented then play out their own homophobic fantasies by killing us off in the most brutal ways on television and in film.
i loved this movie it was very good and charlize theron might very…
An important documentary about how the foster system has failed and continues to fail Native and Métis children.