Never has a subject been captured with such empathy and rarely has a single scene been so moving. Hittman proves that her film is sometimes capable of reaching an extraordinary level of authenticity and the medium can always be considered a source of great art.
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the equivalent of deep breath The scene is authentic when it comes to the toll and strain when a young woman’s mental health is abused and brings to mind the famous words of Aaron Sorkin, “the things we do to women.” It made my jaw drop, my heart sink, and my throat close up because of that near-perfect cinematic moment.
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M.N. Miller has been a film and television writer for Ready Steady Cut since August of 2018 and is patiently waiting for the next Pearl Jam album to come out.