A kindhearted tale of acceptance and friendship, and a reminder that life’s to short to waste a lot of time being angry.
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A badass-looking showpiece of cult cinema that plays like Mad Max kabuki theater.
A poignant story of both isolation and companionship, and a woman’s journey to discover how to live again.
Captures the aesthetics of the early 80s noir thriller with a low budget, retro feel that provides a callback to films of the era.
Much like its lead character, the film doesn’t seem have a plan of where it wants to go or how it wants to get there.