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Plot: An art student taps into a rich source of creative inspiration after the accidental slaughter of her rapist. An unlikely vigilante emerges, set out to avenge college girls whose attackers ... Runtime: 95 mins Release Date: 13 Oct 2017
Revenge showing off with art and talking about real injustice hidden by money and power. It's an entertaining movie, very well acted. The main character is very attractive and his actions surprising and violent allows you to discover in some way same. It's a movie about something that has already been portrayed in documentaries but that is still ignored or left aside as if there was nothing to do ..
Hugely satisfying payoff (by freeflowacademy)
I loved this movie because the director went all out. Hugely satisfying if you hate rape culture, hate rape, and hate ignorance. This was therapy. I felt the film was well researched and thought out. There was meticulous attention to detail on each and every scene.For the haters that think the rape vigilante didn't go far enough? Not much revenge? I guess you've never been mutilated by scissors... LOL. Wow some of the comments are just so mind numbing. I guess that's the society we live in. It's not a man hater movie, it's a call to attention on an important topic and <more>
conversation that is finally relevant. Some people want to be a part of the conversation, others do not. Watch the movie if you want to be a part of the conversation. There's plenty of likable men/characters. But our heroine is a female badass who takes the law into her own hands and dishes revenge on the men who committed atrocities. She dishes revenge without apology. But just to clarify, female killing male movie does not amount to "man-hater movie." If that were the case, then all the movies made about men killing women should be categorized as "woman-hater movies." So yeah, if you want to see a rape survivor dish some major pay back to the bros that ruthlessly rape and get away with it... this is the film to see. Francesca Eastwood is so badass. I loved the ending.
Triggering. Unyielding. Difficult to watch. More difficult to stop watching. Triumphant. Tragic. Watching a rape victim deal with the trauma of her assault and take that power and wield it for good. Yes I said good. Despite what other reviews may say this movie was phenomenal. How many movies are out there where a male takes on the vigilante role or avenges a female rape victim only to be praised?! So, so many. I find no problem with a powerful and complex women with excellent character development and killer acting to take on the role of bad-ass-rape-avenging-vigilante. The best part of this <more>
movie was how true it speaks to the actual anguish and emotions victims feel AND how it ACCURATELY portrays how both victims and perpetrators are treated. Thank you for this movie.
A Powerful Mediation on the Campus Rape Culture and its Consequences (by JustCuriosity)
MFA was really well-received in its premiere at Austin's SXSW Film Festival. There is a long tradition of vigilante films dating back at least to Clint Eastwood in Dirty Harry. There have even been a few female vigilantes Jodie Foster in Brave One, for example , but this seems to be the first set against the issue of campus rape culture and a woman seeking vengeance for being horribly violated. The script and the acting is Francesca Eastwood Yes, Clint's daughter and Leah McKendrick who wrote the screenplay is excellent. The script is subtle and nuanced. The use of original <more>
artwork by the Noelle who is an art student is particularly powerful. There are some aspects of this revenge fantasy that are a little unbelievable, but that doesn't really take away from the powerful story which raises an important issue that is gaining more attention typically in documentaries like Hunting Ground . While this issue has gained a lot more attention in recent years, the conversation really needs to continue. I hope this film gains distribution, because it deserves to be more widely viewed.
A harsh look at rape culture in the U.S. Some things I particularly appreciated were the presence of a female promoting rape culture Sanders and the portrayal of the rapists. They weren't shown as obvious villains, or as men who couldn't find a willing participant. To take from Noelle's words, they just decide where they want to stick their dicks and then stick them there with no thought to what their actions mean rape or to the victim's well being. Honestly I loved Noelle. Do I think all rapists should be murdered? I don't know. I don't think I would mourn their <more>
loss, but I'm also not sure if I think it's OK to outright make rape a capital offense. For now, I'm neutral.
Powerful performances and topical subject matter (by brockspock)
I don't remember how this film got on my radar but I'm glad it did. This is a small well-paced film which gets lifted by some captivating performances and a subject matter that unfortunately remains topical today.Francesca Eastwood delivers a fantastic performance. Her gradual progression from a shy, hesitant girl to a vigilante serial killer is done very well. She's supported by fine performances by all of the remaining cast, particularly Leah McKendrick as her tragic neighbor and best friend.The biggest strength of this film is the way it handles the nuances of vengeance and <more>
vigilante justice. Later in the story, when a certain character receives justice but questions the means and expresses frustrations about the consequences, it really hits the viewer hard. Another lesser talked about aspect of this film is the background score which boosts several scenes specially in the first 20 mins.A few plot conveniences and some tighter editing are the only drawbacks. Overall a great little film that should be talked about more. Would highly recommend.
A real solid revenge thriller with a main topic that needs this kind of attention. (by scritterz)
This was a good to very good thriller. Francesca Eastwood painted a wonderful portrait of a victim turning to vengeance. The director obviously knew the subject matter well as the plot of the movie came across a entirely possible with the original premise being all to factual, The action keeps moving, It will hold your attention without being to gory or intellectual. Plenty of violenceThe rape culture, the crime of rape and societies reaction to the victims and the rapists are a stain on America. This movie draws some needed attention to the priorities of our judicial and higher educational <more>
systems with regard to rape, victims of rape and it's perpetrators, I thank the all people who worked on this film for their efforts to bring attention to this very uncomfortable subject. A special vote of appreciation to Natalia Leite who directed this both from the heart and from personal experience.
Reflection of what goes on in campuses! (by haroot_azarian)
So when I read the synopsis and after fining out Francesca Eastwood whom I didn't know and found out she's Clint's daughter, I had to watch it. Francesca's performance was very good, the script was good and plausible. She took care not to leave any finger prints, but in one scene it looked like she wasn't wearing gloves. I don't know much about forensic science, i.e. whether CSIs could find clues etc or not in real life. But that is not important. What is important is that it highlighted what goes on for real and how college students either through their wealth or <more>
their athletic scholarships get away with unconsesual sex. My one criticism was Skye's suicide scene. Supposedly she had slashed her wrists and bled to death. And all that could be seen was a red line on her wrist with no blood anywhere else. Overall I give it a thumbs up.
... in a movie they never mention or ask a time or place. I guess in these utopian worlds we all know where everyone lives. I can just type "where does Luke live" in my phone and it ill magically... oh.Come on! She has to specifically say no in a clear voice at a minimum volume?!!How about we apply the Code of Hammurabi for rapists!Two thumbs up for her modern interpretation of Spanish tile.His limbs are cleanly laid out at particular angles.That is a lot of beard to grow so quickly detective.He's a big guy... good idea.All theses decades of being just out of reach. How about <more>