There's something so gloriously pathetic about our protagonist, Julie. She's so blithely unaware of her privilege, including her loser boyfriend and his misgivings. She reminds of an NYU film school graduate - floating away in her dreams of being a film director without the self-advocacy and commitment to work towards those dreams.
I know that sounds bitter, but it's one of the reasons this is a rewarding film for me to watch.
Ps - With all the Hitchcock references, I imagine this film a version of a Hitchcock film where the film is from the side-chick actress' point of view. 1 year 11 months ago
So dry and cold and joyless. 1 year 1 month ago
My soul hadn't vomited like this in so long. Do not recommend. Possibly the worst movie I've seen all year. 4 months 3 weeks ago