22 :. spaghetti and corpses, boss
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
In hindsight, knowing that one of the writers is facing sexual assault charges, this movie teeters the edge between representation and masturbatory trauma porn.
I don't think there is anything inherently wrong about depicting how much guilt-tripping and victim-blaming survivors face about the assault they've suffered through. Unbelievable, for example, did this really well (though in their case, they were paying tribute to a true story). There isn't anything inherently wrong about having a whodunnit aspect to it, too.