“It’s awkward as fuck. Ing.”
Some things we have liked. Some things we didn’t. And some things were Eclipse.
But behold, the movie that feels like it was made for us, a high-brow Cannes award winner that just gets us.
Sure, there’s awkward sex, awkward men, awkward ghosts, awkward ghost men interrupting awkward sex, but we’ve also got religion, power within families, moral quandaries, a dude drinking from another dude’s IV, women finding power, and (of course) vampires.
(Just not the pus we were promised in last month’s starred review.)
Title: Bleeding My Religion
Release Date: 30/11/2017
- Domestic abuse and violence
- Severe illness and skin disease.
- Vampire-typical violence
- Discussion of rape, assault, sexual violence and sexual predators
- Sexism and treatment of women,