Friday, 12 May 2017
I DON'T FEEL AT HOME IN THIS WORLD ANYMORE 
Frustrated and depressed by the useless apathetic world around her, a young woman is robbed and finds the only way to make things right is to take matters into her own hands. AKA Falling Down for the Trump era.
With it's bursts of uber-violence, twisted humor and a cast of low-life criminals, it's obvious Blair is heavily influenced by the directorial/screenwriting works of his regular collaborator Jeremy Saulnier. Things tend to get pretty outrageous and unbelievable but it's Melanie Lynskey's nuanced performance that manages to keep everything grounded in a warped sense of reality. The script could have used a bit more tightening up but thankfully it never ceases to shock and amuse.
3 fucking spoilers out of 5