A simple but effective, tale where a young woman has an alter ego who (in one side of the protagonist's wishes) wastes the rapist and more besides. Well-paced, thoughtful, far from schlocky with powerful moments, the camera dwelling on characters allowing our reflection. Not sick either - a reflection of the wide prevalence of sexual assault and harassment today.
Girls Against Boys
Time Out says
Posted: Wed Sep 19 2012Writer-director Austin Chick riffs on the 1970s grindhouse rape-revenge cycle for this sick, satirical thriller thriller about two girls on a man-murdering rampage.