Insane, erratic, weird; a look into my of film and TV. Aspiring film critic, screen playwright, and/or novelist. Sorry for the mess- the downside to a multifandom blog.
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Tragic and heart-wrenching and mind-boggling thrilling. Olson and Hawkes earn all my attention during the entire length of the film. I can’t stop watching the prey getting locked up by the predator. Even when she physically escapes, she cannot mentally and psychologically escape the presence of her leader. She is forever haunted, forever damaged, by the sad experiences of her time in the farm.
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