Directed by Patrick Kennelly
Obsessed with her sexy roommate, Jill violently imprisons Jennifer in their apartment in a twisted attempt to bring them closer together.
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★★★½ review by Chris Genro on Letterboxd
its interesting as this reminds me a few films I've watch this year. Think of it as a mix of The Neon Demon and Goddess of Love. Its basically a 2 person film that address many issues but mainly focuses on body issues, eating disorders, mental illness and jealousy as we saw in Always Shine. If you enjoyed all the 3 films I mentioned, I think you may end up enjoying this as well. It does get a little student art film at one point but besides that one scene I think this is good but you may like it even more. 3.5/5 stars.
★★★★★ review by Michael Schutz on Letterboxd
I need a sixth star to accurate express how much I love this movie. Brilliantly shot, it captures the hallucinatory nightmare of eating disorders better than I could ever imagine. Of course, there's a lot of horror/thriller psychosis going on, too, but that's nicely done as well. Kennelly has a quirky eye for humanistic details that give the film a deadly relatability. Bethany Orr gives an astonishing performance, and Mary Loveless gives us a mean, bitter character that I just hated (and loved to hate).
★★★½ review by Andrew Harvey on Letterboxd
Worth watching for the sound editing and score alone. I really hope Jonathan Snipes does more movies.
The movie feels like torture, which seems like the point. All the ASMR stuff - wet sloppy sounds, open mouths chewing, scraping, screeching, puking, etc... make it into an extra-sensory nightmare. The substitution of food for gore (vore) was clever. The psychosis feels real. Its hard to watch, void of hope, a real bummer. The story is weak, but it doesnt really matter. Falls far short of being moralistic (thankfully).
★★★★½ review by Carlie "Gren" Casas on Letterboxd
girls are gross and honestly same
★★★½ review by DVDFanOhYeah on Letterboxd
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