"You go someplace new and everything looks just the same."
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90s does 60s... it drags a bit, but I didn’t mind because the sets were immersive and visually interesting, and the acting was so theatrical. The long scenes end up in film’s benefit—they truly fill in the character motivation in a show-not-tell kind of way. If you’re interested in the Warhol/Factory art scene at all this is “educational” and well worth the watch.
Bree Daniels is a complex female character—she's confident but anxious, tough as hell but traumatized by her experiences and the dangers that loom around her. She knows what she wants but still gets confused at her emotions. She's a call girl and an aspiring actress, she sees a therapist and does self-work. All this makes for Jane Fonda as a captivating lead.
Tom Gruneman, the missing man whose absence apparently drives the plot, is pretty irrelevant and we don't know…