Movie review by Kat Halstead, Common Sense Media
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Stylish psychological drama has self-harm, strong language.

R 2020 94 minutes

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age 16+

Layered story about patriarchy takes some twists and turns

All hail Haley Bennett! She takes the story of a stifled and increasingly desperate woman and condenses it into a tack, a jack, a marble, a screwdriver. The layered ways in which patriarchy enmeshes women into tight webs. Then the whole left turn with the whole rapist storyline...whoa. An emotional story that dares to delve in places that we choose to actively ignore. Kudos to the hug me I'm lonely guy!

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