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Sofa Sinema’s review published on Letterboxd:
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Cleverly marketed piece of trashy escapism dresses up like a nineties arthouse indie a la The Last Seduction or In the Company of Men before it strips down to reveal a more playful revenge fantasy in the spirit of Cruel Intentions and The Crush. Not quite the awards contender I was expecting, but this cheeky thriller makes for a good one night stand. The promising young woman is the one behind the camera; I'll be keeping my eye on her. 7.3/10