Hello, dear readers and followers! I’m finally back with another blog post and it’s something a little different that I usually post here. Not many of you might know that but I’m a huge movie buff. I’m addicted to watching movies. And no, not just any movies – I’m actively looking for some movie treasures – maybe not so well known movies, maybe even low budget ones – it doesn’t matter. What I care about is great plot and acting, that makes me feel intense emotions. Those kind of movies are usually thrillers or dramas and are kind of hard to find. However, today I’m sharing one of the movies I recently watched and enjoyed a lot.
I still have no idea what it’s title “M.F.A.” stands for but I can offer you a short summary of the movie. (Small spoiler alert!) The main character is college art student Noelle (starring Francesca Eastwood), who, at the beginning is just a simple, quiet girl, who’s strieving for success in art but kind of lacks depth in her work. At one night, spent at some party she gets raped by her classmate Luke (starring Peter Vack) . At first she asks for help to her school councelor but soon find out that no one from school or even police is going to be on her side and punish Luke. After accidentaly killing him, she finds inspiration for her art and decides to serve justice by herself on similar rape cases nearby.
That was short description of the movie without spoiling it too much for you. Even though a lot of movie reviews say that the plot is basic and should have been more in-depth, I was too amazed by acting of Francesca Eastwood to pay attention to plot flaws. I think there’s no one else, who would’ve starred better than her in the main role. She just had this dark vibe in the movie but viewers could totally sympathize with her character, especially more towards the end. At least I did, kind of thinking: “Damn, she broke a lot of rules but in some way did the right thing.” Other characters in the movie didn’t stand out to me as much overall acting and scenario seemed pretty good to me. That’s all that I’m going to tell you about the movie speaks better about itself than my words ever will.
Overall rating: 9/10
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