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To tell the honest truth, this movie feels like a horror movie and has the adrenaline rush that you get from the tension of very suspenseful horror films mostly because of how real this film is to American life. When we watch the debates on tv or when we read political memes on Twitter, it is safe to say that the reaction you will get will become very divisive. I know this might sound cliche but we live in extremely divisive times where we sometimes don't even know what to believe and the film captivates that effortlessly.
It's really heartbreaking that Saorsie Ronan had so much potential to score a fifth Oscar nod before she hits 30 only for it to be overshadowed by a B-movie version of Portrait of A Lady on Fire (which coincidentally is distributed by the same studio as this flick).
Watching Kate and Saorsie act like they were in love was like watching two middle school theater kids kiss onstage for the first time then run to the bathroom to wash the…