The Archer

Archer champion Lauren Pierce escapes a corrupt juvenile correctional facility with Rebecca, a fierce but alluring inmate. Together they must survive a desperate warden who is bow-hunting his prey to make sure his secret stays buried

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  • ★★★★½ review by David Alcubierre on Letterboxd

    Posiblemente la mejor película que voy a ver este año. Actores desconocidos, pero bien rodada y montada. Se supone que inspirada en hecho reales, eso es lo único que me rechina. Me quedo con el nombre de la directora, Valerie Weiss. Si me dices que está rodada en los 80 en lugar de 2017 me lo creo (ignorando la sexualidad), se ve mucho cine en ella. Y del puro, no del mero homenaje.

  • ★★★½ review by Heath Cowart on Letterboxd

    SXSW 2017 - Movie #27

    It's like a good mixture of Holes, The Hunger Games, and Thelma & Louise.

    Also, the main actress looks so much like Daisy Ridley, I had to look up to make sure they weren't twins.

  • ★★★½ review by Tommy P on Letterboxd

    Annapolis Film Festival #1

    Going into my first movie for a Film festival was very exciting, I did't know what to expect. I'm happy The Archer was the first festival movie I saw, I had a fun time watching it, except for a few things. If it wasn't rushed into a short movie, I think it could have been great. Lack of character development upset me, it could have been interesting to watch. But Bailey Nobles character is such a badass and she looks a lot like Daisy Ridley.

    I can't wait to go to more festival movies!

  • ★★★★ review by Alyssa on Letterboxd

    the cinnamon tography, the soundtrack, she!!! what a good movie!!!! i can't believe this was real!!!

  • ★★★★½ review by Logan on Letterboxd

    This is good little action survival thriller that I adore for being super gay when other movies would have used it as subtext without having any explicitly gay moments. Plot is short and sweet, and the characters are really well done. I lost my mind at so many moments that were too goddamn gay for me to handle.

    Between this and Tomb Raider I think Lesbians With A Bow & Arrow might be my new favorite genre.

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