#123movies #fmovies #putlocker #gomovies #solarmovie #soap2day Watch Full Movie Online Free – When Noelle, a timid California fine arts graduate student, is invited to a party by a handsome classmate she has a crush on, a vicious sexual assault and a blood-stained reaction will give birth to a totally different woman. But, much to Noelle’s surprise, as an unexpected surge of inspiration gradually fuels her stagnant artistic expression, an insatiable thirst for revenge on all those who destroyed the lives of innocent women will begin to devour her. Who shall stand in the way of this seductive, yet pitiless vigilante? In the end, is seduction really a dying art?
Plot: After the accidental death of her rapist, an art student becomes an unlikely vigilante, set out to avenge college girls whose rapists were not charged.
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Pretty face, boring character = less than ok movie.
This is a revenge-torture-porn movie for assault victims. Nothing more. Sex n’gore bore.
There is absolutely no character development of the main person. This is a person you cannot identify with, unless you are a crazy bag of cats.
The rape-on-campus-issue is only barely adressed. Embarrassing for such an important subject.
The rapists are evil egoists and party-drunks, and the victims only whimpers (and dress provocatively?? WTF).
Bad vs. good. or more likely: wimpering Bratz-dolls vs. Football-braindeads
Not recommendable for a critical audience. Maybe pot-heads and genetic degenerates.
I assume the tile acronym is the shorthand for Master of Fine Arts, but I really hope it stands for Men’s Frights Activist.
_Final rating:★★½ – Had a lot that appealed to me, didn’t quite work as a whole._
It’s a powerful story and really well acted.
Francesca Eastwood, is great and a fresh actress, who really knows how to electrify her performances. She reminds me a lot of Asia Argento (another famous actor, director father), in the sort of roles she’s choosing and how she comes across on screen. She’s very talented and certainly has a screen presence. The rape revenge plot has been done over and over but this movie has a lot of social comment to digest; although it tends to be a bit heavy handed at times. The ending is quite a satisfactory and moving conclusion.
Imperfect, but important
“Good guys, bad guys, short, tall–you break the law, there’s gonna be consequences.” “I guess that depends on which law you break.”
M. F. A. Is a rape revenge story. The main character, a survivor herself, becomes a serial killer of rapists. Women rarely get to see themselves depicted in this way in media, so any time a movie like this comes out I intend to watch it. Seeing my own experience and the experience of so many other women I know mirrored in a way that is unsympathetic to the perpetrator is surreal. It accurately depicts all the barriers women face in seeking justice, especially the misogynistic police system and institution of academia. Thank you to the director for centering the female experience. Women need more of it.
M. F. A. Brings out a lot of emotions. In one scene, I felt rage, relief, happiness, and deep sadness. It also asks the viewer important philosophical questions: Does promoting self-defense for women toe the line between empowerment and victim-blaming? Is it wrong to discourage a friend who wants to report her assault? Are good intentions enough? Is it women’s place to protect other women? Is murder inherently wrong, or are there situations in which it is morally neutral or even morally good?
M. F. A. also shows the healing power of art. I actually quite liked the paintings by the main character. They were haunting and well done. The movie would have been less authentic without them.
This movie depicts men in a negative, albeit accurate, light. Men will not like it. That’s okay, not everything is for them.
I was disappointed by the ending. Like most femme fatale revenge fantasies, the heroine ends up getting caught or dying (Thelma & Louise, Promising Young Woman). Why can’t these movies ever have a happy ending? Ah well, overall it was a great movie and will stick with me for a long time.
*extreme TW for SA scenes, which I did not feel were necessary to include in order for the plot to move forward*
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 32 min (92 min)
Rated Not Rated
Genre Drama, Horror, Thriller
Director Natalia Leite
Writer Leah McKendrick
Actors Francesca Eastwood, Clifton Collins Jr., Leah McKendrick
Country United States
Awards 1 win & 3 nominations
Production Company N/A
Sound Mix Dolby Digital
Aspect Ratio 1.85 : 1
Film Length N/A
Negative Format Redcode RAW
Cinematographic Process N/A
Printed Film Format 35 mm