I enjoyed this. Struggled to follow some of the basketball business complexities, but that couldn’t dim what’s a razor-sharp script. Tackles one particular strand of current US race relations / economic inequality in a pleasingly witty but incisive way. The narrative comes together nicely in the end as it firmly reveals itself as a sort of
heist/scheming movie in high-powered clothing . Great cast owns the film.
Felt the iPhone cinematography suited the material and looks better on a TV than some of the higher fidelity original content Netflix puts out. Limits are still evident (especially when the camera’s moving), but there’s an antsy, raw and capable look to it all that’s a good fit for the story that unfolds. Helps that Soderbergh still knows better than most how to frame conversations in a lively, impactful way. Overall a better fit for the tech than Unsane I reckon.