This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
Vadim Rizov’s review published on Letterboxd:
This review may contain spoilers.
I'm the kind of person who'll read plot synopses of horror/thriller films I'll never see just to find out what the twist is. Wikipedia does not have a full synopsis for this at this time, so if you're morbidly curious (this was a Sight & Sound assignment): this is one of those mostly-one-set thrillers where people sit around and talk at each other to kill time until enough of the running time has been achieved and the Big Twist can be dropped. In this case, it's basically that this Killers Anonymous "support group" is a) actually being run by the CIA b) which has actually been taken over by the Russians, who are preparing to install a Trojan horse president they've groomed since childhood. So you get the topical ripped from the headlines Trump stuff (but with a lady president!), which is a crushingly lame resolution. But hey, Resistance art, just like we were promised!