"I'm not a quitter."
"Man has a choice and it's a choice that makes him a man."
Vulnerability brings to Dean one of the most charming and well-played acting of cinema. Being able to give himself to the history to the point of being only a vulnerable human enables the movie to bring back the misfit from "Rebel Without a Cause" that somehow resembles what Dean's history is in real-life. Being so controversial on scream and off scream is only part of someone who truly knows the wishes of his soul and is brave enough to swim against the current of dogma and other people's thoughts.
The movie captures one of the biggest fears of our times — fear of technology. Every time someone brings this subject to the cinema screen, the story becomes new and relevant, as technology is always evolving along with the fear it brings. And it doesn't matter if you're seeing Modern Times, Ex Machina, Matrix, or Videodrome because there's nothing left each time a new dilemma gets close to you but your protagonism in this new scenario of technology that is REAL.
Debbie Harry shows herself in this great movie and leaves the powerful and seductive energy that is typical of her.
This review may contain spoilers. I can handle the truth.
A reverse hero's journey in which the hero only becomes perfect when she accepts her darkness and imperfections. Just with the bold proposal to leave the cliché, the film strips the human psyche and the complex webs formed by the desires of the soul.