It is clear Phillips wants people to have conversations — to speculate, ruminate and watch Twitter implode. And that’s what true art does — it forces us to question the very institutions we rely on. We often don’t want to be confronted with characters who’ve fallen through the cracks in society, or to ask the question: what makes someone become a villain? But true art is not always pretty — sometimes it’s difficult to digest. But that’s the point of a film like this, to force us to ask questions.
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